Top Tips for Inventory Control Policies that Work

Once you've invested in a point-of-sale system and worked on taking your inventory live, you're going to need to put policies in place to keep your inventory from backsliding to zombie status. Setting up these policies is easy, and you should have no trouble in getting your staff to adhere to them. As with all … Continue reading Top Tips for Inventory Control Policies that Work

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5 Ways to Lose Me as a Customer With Your Website

It's 2014, and for many people, your business website is one of the first ways we interact with your brand or service. If your website doesn't deliver, I consciously (and subconsciously) assume you won't either. But my customers aren't the type to check websites first, you say, or the type of business I'm in doesn't demand websites. 5 … Continue reading 5 Ways to Lose Me as a Customer With Your Website

No, You Can’t Work Remotely on That

For a good long while, tradition and resistance to change won over advancing technology, and "no" was the response a lot of people got when trying to set themselves up for telecommuting or some other form of remote/location-independent work. Not so much anymore. Even in my own industry, architecture, where collaborative face-to-face work and "analog" skills … Continue reading No, You Can’t Work Remotely on That

Cliff Notes for Adults: Summarizing Business Books

Although I recently had the chance to use one for the first time, websites that summarize business books are not a new phenomenon. It turns out there's an entire industry devoted to reading, summarizing, and outputting business books for our consumption. Last month, I had the opportunity to check out 100 Must Reads, one of … Continue reading Cliff Notes for Adults: Summarizing Business Books