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Strategy doesn’t have to be complicated – Lessons from a car maker

The recent May press headline of JLR (Jaguar Land Rover) British luxury car brand (potentially) being purchased by French PSA Group (Peugeot Citroen Vauxhall) just shows how quickly their respective fortunes have changed. In 2014 JLR posted profits of £2.5B, whilst

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Posted in Annual Plan, business strategy, leadership, Reviewing your Business Plan, Strategic Planning

Does your company have a growth culture?

Here are the three essentials of a growth culture, a few key questions to challenge your thinking and a handful of helpful tips to get your growth started. 1. Process Today many companies are growing profits faster than sales, thanks

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Posted in Annual Plan, Business Growth, Company Culture, Engagement, Key Performance Indicator, Marketing, product innovation

5 Insights from last year that could make a difference to this year

The following were my most popular posts last year; which you may have missed,along with the opportunity to make a value difference this year. What NO really means http://goo.gl/EaNHBV There was a time when Trainers would tell you “that if

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Posted in Business Growth, Company Culture, leadership

Good performers recognise the worlds changing and acquire new skills to ride the wave.

As a Manager of a business no matter how big or small, you have a responsibility to learn, change and adapt to secure the future of the business through continued growth and profitability

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Posted in Business Growth, business strategy, change management, Company Culture, e-commerce, Increasing Profits, Management Consultants, People performance, Process productivity, Product profitability

Are you spending enough time ON your business to deliver real Growth?

As the senior manager in your business you are responsible for setting the future direction of the business and your people are depending on you to make the right decisions. These decisions cannot be taken effectively, without spending sufficient time

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Posted in Annual Plan, Decision Making, Prioritisation, Reviewing your Business Plan, Time Management