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Dealing With Personal Relationships at Work: Dating at Work

14 Jan, 2002
In the ever-busy world of entrepreneurial business, we are always at work or thinking about work. Where else are we going to meet people who share our interests? Should we date ...

How to Analyze Cash Flow to Find Your Ideal Growth Rate

14 Jan, 2002
Growth, while desirable, is full of risk. Planning for growth will allow your company to accelerate its level of activity and meet expenses. To avoid being a victim of success, you ...

Smart, Simple Direct-Marketing Ideas

14 Jan, 2002
We've brainstormed a long list of basic marketing techniques to better attract your customer. Some of them don't even cost any money.

Wise Use of Temporary Employees

14 Jan, 2002
In an ever-changing market, you might need to consider temporary staff. Done right, a few well-chosen folks could not only pull you through a busy time, but also become prescreened permanent ...

Prosper Through Partners

14 Jan, 2002
Partnerships can leverage your resources and tap new opportunities.

A Price That Sells

14 Jan, 2002
In a complex marketplace, how best do you calculate price? A simple cost-plus-profit model isn't always that simple. Have you evaluated your pricing strategies and considered all the variables? It can ...

Creating Your Employee Policy Handbook

14 Jan, 2002
Employee handbooks should be more than just a pile of photocopies you thrust at a new hire. Handbooks provide a common framework for communicating your corporate culture. If used properly, they ...

How to Create a Customer Survey

14 Jan, 2002
How satisfied are your customers? Use these tips on question phrasing and layout to maximize the response rate and the value of the results when you prepare and apply a written ...

How to Value Your Company

14 Jan, 2002
Find out why you should perform a valuation for your company. Then examine several valuation methods you should consider.

Just-in-Time Inventory Management

14 Jan, 2002
You've heard of JIT to use warehouse space better and to deliver goods to customers more efficiently. Can it work for your operation? How do you implement it?