When executed effectively, strong communication can increase productivity, mitigate pitfalls and resolve issues in the workplace. When executed inefficiently, it can lead to lost revenue, employee conflict and a hostile work environment.
If you see any of these five signs in your company, it’s likely that you have run out of steam (or are on the verge of doing so) and it’s time to make some changes.
When you think of quality control, you probably think of manufacturing businesses inspecting products for flaws. In reality, quality control processes can be used in all types of businesses, whether they are product-based or service-based, B2B or B2C.
Our newest infographic, “Online Collaboration Tools for Your Small Business,” examines the ways collaborative communication tools can boost your small business bottom line.
Using all the tools and platforms at your disposal, you should be able to push your inventory across multiple online channels, giving you the widest customer base possible.
Often what makes an event a “success” are the softer issues or how participants “feel” after the event.
A coworking or shared office space may be the ideal next step for a small business that needs to get out of the home office, but isn’t ready for a long-term lease in a commercial office space.
Some 84 percent of business owners work more than 40 hours a week, according to a recent survey from The Alternative Board, and about 10 percent “continuously overwhelmed” by their workload.