In this post, I’ll highlight the three areas that I see industry leaders do to best manage the latest headwinds.
Having clear intentions about the “why” behind having the leadership team exist, helps minimize issues that stall the decision making.
The first half of the year is over and now we need to finish strong. Your next play can set the stage for the remainder of the year.
Whether you cut grass, are a CEO, or are an aspiring salesperson, there is nothing in your way of working to get better at what you do. Take a good assessment of where you are in your career and identify the areas that you’d like to improve on. Better yet, ask a few of your friends and colleagues what they think you should work on. If you’re feeling brave, you could even ask about areas you can improve on...
As printing businesses emerge post-pandemic, here are some ideas that can help make certain your profits are where they should be.
What are your 2X, 5X or 10X goals? What are you working on that you want to improve significantly over a period of time? Without setting significant personal or business goals, it becomes difficult to achieve anything more than incremental improvements. And even that can be difficult...
There isn't usually someone else to evaluate your performance in your business and provide feedback. How would your 1:1 review go?
When introducing a new initiative, a clearly defined objective will help everyone sign on to the mission.
Setting up a senior leadership team meeting is a crucial practice for businesses. Be sure to steer this meeting in the right direction.
If you are not cruising past your 2019 revenue numbers, perhaps look at the effectiveness of your marketing and sales efforts.
There are three factors that differentiate successful acquisitions from those that struggle. Mike Philie shares his observations here.
Mike Philie focuses on the best ways to measure your leadership team as a whole, and how that practice can lead to a great return.
In his blog, Mike Philie offers advice on how to enhance client relationships with just a few simple tools.
It's difficult to compare your business to the "industry" results. So, Mike Philie provided four steps to gauge success and potential.
If you are working off of a 30-60-90 action plan, you’ll be in a position to implement important initiatives every month. There are some leadership teams I’m aware of that have tasked themselves with rolling out 1-2 new initiatives every month. How many did you get done this month—this quarter?...