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IS YOUR COMPANY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE SLOW ECONOMY?

by: M Dana Baldwin, Senior Consultant, CSSP, Inc. In these uncertain times, it is very important to do things right, right?  Absolutely!  But doing things right is only good if you are doing the right things! What are some of the right things to do?   Make your company invaluable to your key customers.  Your […]

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Business Survey Results

by Denise A. Harrison, Vice President  This week we asked our readers to fill out a survey concerning current business conditions and their approach to these conditions.  A brief summary of the results:    40% of survey participants expect revenue to decrease by 20% or more 20% expect revenue to increase by 20% 74% of […]

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Use the Recession to Trigger Rejuvenation: Develop a Strategy to Revitalize your Company

by Denise A. Harrison, Vice President Rejuvenation linked with recession?  How can that be?  It certainly causes pain – but where does this rejuvenation come from?  During the 17th century Dutch economy collapsed – the tulip bubble burst – this was when a tulip bulb could cost as much as a house.  But rather than […]

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