My friend Jim was shocked. His office manager—trusted for over a decade, an integral part of his company, someone he considered practically family—was stealing from him. She had been giving herself bogus overtime and vacation pay for over a year. If he hadn’t stumbled onto her misdeeds, she probably would have continued to do so …Read more
What Can I Learn Today to Improve Our Financial Performance?
You can hear when an engine is running smoothly—or racing or sputtering. The same is true for the financial drivers of your business.
You just need to know what to listen for. The good news is that your numbers are talking all the time!
Here are the best ideas we can find on how to ask your business for the information you need, to understand what it says, and take action on what you learn.