A recent study identified the most crucial skills for new lawyers to develop are the ability to analyze financial statements, understanding financial markets, business strategy, and industry analysis. AKA, business, but why?
Learning to analyze your company's performance through the lenses of the 5 Business Drivers will help you align your objectives with those of your executive team and help you make smarter and faster business decisions.
Do you want your employees to think and act like owners of the business? Uh...Yes! In this Fast Company article Kevin Cope explains why employees who feel invested in the company are more engaged in their roles.
This month marks the 106th anniversary of one of the most innovative and life-changing products in history, the Ford Model T. Of course, the Model T wouldn't have been the success that it was without the leadership and business acumen of its creator, Henry Ford.
How employees treat each other is highly reflective of the way they treat their customers. Stephen R Covey once said, "Always treat your employees exactly as you want them to treat your best customers."
If your boss came up to you right now and asked what the difference between profit and . cash flow is, would you be able to respond? Or even worse, what if you were asked this question in a job interview.
As you look at the challenges that businesses of all industries constantly fixate on, not many are more acute right now than the challenge of gaining and sustaining a level of sales growth that satisfies stakeholders.