You must be confident to be a successful entrepreneur or SMB owner. It takes guts to put yourself out there and take on such a high level of responsibility. Consequently, we entrepreneurs make lots of decisions. How can we know if we’ve made the right decisions? What if we’re wrong? How does that affect our business? According to a social psychologist at UTEP, recognizing when you might be wrong does not decrease perceptions of competence.…
As a #smallbusiness owner, entrepreneur, or SMB leader, you (or your staff) may need to perform some tasks you aren’t all-together familiar with. Don’t let these kinds of tasks slow you down, trip you up, or push you off track! Call in reinforcements!
There’s nothing wrong with asking for or bringing in assistance- especially if that assistance will help you to grow your business. Large organizations bring in consultants all the time. You can too.
Employee effectiveness is critical to small business growth. To achieve growth goals, SMBs need to prioritize efforts to improve productivity. Find out which industries are struggling the most because of these challenges and what you can do to make your workforce more efficient.
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A Business Analyst solves business problems by helping an organization (and, therefore, people) to understand where they are, what change is needed for improvement, and why. They work to define, plan, build, and execute a solution for an organization to get from A to B, and then successfully acclimate to the change.
That can be a lot of work. Or it can be little. A Business Analyst wears one hat or fifteen for various amounts of time. It just depends on the organization, its people, and their needs.
All large organizations have at least one Business Analyst, which is one reason why they continue to be successful. Most solopreneurs, entrepreneurs, and SMBs (Small- and Medium-sized Businesses) don’t have a Business Analyst, even though having a Business Analyst will only increase productivity and add to their success.
Has your organization been struggling with making progress? What’s it costing your organization to …