Tag: business intelligence

Finders, Minders and Grinders

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The Finder In small to mid-sized companies, the function of the Finder is almost always filled by an entrepreneurial CEO. It is important to understand that Finders are different from everyone else. They typically have an above-average IQ, regardless of education, have high ethical and moral business core values, are very creative, aren’t in business… Read more »

Can a consultant become part of a Company?

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If you are questioning how a “part-time” B2B CFO® might fit into your culture and become a part of your Company’s fabric, consider this.  As an “outsider” I am able to bring an objective perspective to your issues.  I also can bring the collective wisdom of the numerous companies I have worked with throughout my career.… Read more »

Outsourcing

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A prudent entrepreneurial concept that can be utilized at any stage of a business is outsourcing.  Most companies, no matter what their size, will outsource complicated, risky or technical processes or services such as: payroll processing and payroll tax services, information technology (IT) services, certain training programs, strategic planning facilitation, event planning, and many others. … Read more »

Entrepreneurship – Is it worth the risk?

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Most definitions of an entrepreneur contain the word risk. They typically will state that an entrepreneur assumes the risk of a business venture. This does not necessarily mean that the types of business ventures entrepreneurs undertake on are considered to be risky. Entrepreneurs are simply taking responsibility for the success or failure of THEIR venture.… Read more »