Handling Office Stationery Effectively

June 30, 2009 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Management 

If you are really concerned about cutting down the office expenditure but do not want to pinch your employees’ pockets, the best suited way would be to handle the resources in the best possible way. The most important department that costs you quite a bit is the office stationery. Here is (read on...)



"People" – The Secret Ingredient to Success

June 30, 2009 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Management 

In simple terms, you can measure your business success by how well you get customers, keep customers, and the efficiency of your operations. Many companies measure their success by revenues, income and other traditional accounting yardsticks. The problem is that the accounting approach measures (read on...)

Gordon Ramsay and Radical Profit Improvement

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If, like me, you enjoy good food, good wine, and real cooking, and occasionally have time to watch television you have probably seen one of the many programs that Gordon Ramsay has made where he flies in to turn around a restaurant that is in deep trouble. These shows typically revolve around (read on...)

How Competitive Should You Be – And With Whom?

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Many industries show over half their sales as coming from four manufacturers within the given industry. These concentrations run across the board in such varied industries as cigarettes, organic chemicals, motor vehicles, synthetic fibers, tractors, aircraft, steel, and tin. Thus, in the (read on...)

3 Steps to Stand Above the Crowd When You Are Opening a Dollar Store

June 30, 2009 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Management 

Those who are first opening a dollar store often wonder how they can survive when their competitors have the advantage of already being in business. They fear the competition will receive all the shoppers and the accompanying dollar store profits. Many realize to survive they must have a business (read on...)

5 Dollar Store Merchandise Suppliers Tips When Opening a Dollar Store

June 30, 2009 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Management 

If you are opening a dollar store you are probably very concerned about where you will find the right merchandise for your store. You are probably concerned about where to find suppliers you can depend on. You need a supplier that cares about you and your business success. They need to provide (read on...)

Tough Times Call For Specific Actions When You Own a Dollar Store

June 30, 2009 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Management 

We’ve all heard the doom and gloom about the tough times we are in. We read about it in almost every publication. It is difficult to find a television or radio station that isn’t breaking news about still another business failure or a new economic indicator gone bad. Well, rather than (read on...)

6 Daily Store Maintenance Tasks When Opening a Dollar Store

June 30, 2009 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Management 

With the huge number of people walking into and out of your dollarstore everyday, it soon begins to get a dirty, dingy, disheveled appearance. To keep things looking bright, clean and inviting there is a need for a daily maintenance routine. The sheer number of shoppers entering, shopping and (read on...)

Staff Motivation & Leadership Tips

June 30, 2009 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Management 

As a Leader you will realize that you have to gain skills which can help you motivate those that follow you. In fact you do not become an effective leader unless you are motivating those around you. So an understanding of why you need to motivate your employees is essential. Some issues which (read on...)

Show Your True Leadership Colors

June 30, 2009 by  | Leave a Comment Filed under: Management 

Leadership isn’t black and white, rather good management requires a broad palette of skills. In this strictly color-coded world of academic regalia, MBAs are known by the color of their hoods: olive drab. But don’t be color-blinded: Management is neither drab nor monochrome. (read on...)

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