10 Brilliant Business Strategies for Next Week!
Have you ever wondered what you should be focusing on? What a brilliant Business Strategist might say to you to help you with your business strategies for growth and prosperity? Well, the good news is you don’t have to wait any longer, how about 2 brilliant strategists to help you?!?
It just dawned on me that many of you don’t have Twitter accounts and are having these postings delivered to your inboxes, which means you aren’t getting the additional information to assist you and your efforts with growth and profitability strategies! So… I decided that beginning today, each Friday I am going to share with you my list of 10 tweets for the week (5 from the “Grandfather of Modern Business”, Peter F. Drucker and 5 from me as Lunchtime Business Strategies) to help you with practical and tactical topics to ponder and take action on for greater successes.
Every Friday, now my non-Twitter followers can have the same competitive advantage, even without tweeting capabilities- the only difference is there is a one week lag with this process. Let’s begin…I suggest you print out the list 🙂
Top 10 Business Strategies to Ponder & Act Upon:
Peter Drucker: Thanks to the internet, selling is tied no longer to production but to distribution.
Lunchtime Business Strategy: Do you still consider the internet as a necessary evil to your marketing plan?
Peter Drucker: R U utilizing the internet as a distribution channel 4 your business? Via the internet, selling has become the driver of business.
Lunchtime Business Strategy: What are you doing to improve your social media prowess during the 1st Quarter?
Peter Drucker: Effective staff work requires specific goals & objectives, clear targets, and deadlines 4 everyone to understand and accomplish.
Lunchtime Business Strategy: As U prepare your staff’s performance reviews, remember 2 give them goals they can accomplish over the next review period.
Peter Drucker: As each staff member during their review:”What have u contributed these last 3 yrs that makes a real difference to our business?”
Lunchtime Business Strategy: Does each of your team members contribute something to improve the biz each time they show up to work?
Peter Drucker: Make sure that you and your staff goals are directly linked to one or more organizational goals.
Lunchtime Business Strategy: Ask during review, “What do U believe would be appropriate goals for you during this next performance period?”
***Bonus Lunchtime Strategy: It’s Christmas, go spread cheer amongst your staff and customers 🙂
If you or your business needs rescuing on this particular topic
or any other Business Strategies we have been discussing,
please reach out to Maggie (262) 716.7750 FYI: I’m in the Central Time Zone
Blessings of Success to YOU ~
The Business Rescue Coach, Maggie Mongan
Brilliant Breakthroughs, Inc.