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Business Planning

To franchise or not to franchise - that is the question?

Do you ever think about franchising your business? And if so, how to proceed? Here is some food for thought on the subject. What is franchising? Franchising is a way of doing business, in which the...

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Human Resources

The "How" of performance reviews

Performance reviews are often described as a “waste of time.” This is because they are commonly treated as an exercise in paperwork, rather than a constructive discussion. The keys to an...

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Business Planning

Trade Shows: all the fun of the fair and you were there

Industry Trade Shows (ITS), what are they, who attends them and why?  Are they important to the industry, useful for your business or just a huge waste of money? ITS events are conducted over...

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Human Resources

Ten ways to guarantee your best people will quit

1. Treat everyone equally. This may sound good, but your employees are not equal. Some are worth more because they produce more results. The key is not to treat them equally; it is to treat them all...

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Business Case Studies

The risks and rewards of innovation

Business advisor Ian McGinn has 30 years experience in helping people nurture and develop business ideas. Whether going online or introducing a new product or service, Ian writes that businesses...

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Business Management

The five qualities of successful leaders

What distinguishes successful leaders from all others? To answer this question, New York Times editor Adam Bryant has interviewed more than 200 CEOs for his Corner Office column. Knowledge@Wharton...

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Human Resources

Three in five SMEs use teleworkers

New research by accounting software provider, MYOB, reveals almost three in five small and medium businesses now have employees who telework to some extent. The national survey of 1,005 SMEs...

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Human Resources

The ins and outs of workday breaks

”I usually eat in front of my monitor because everyone else does and I would feel like a slacker going out to eat for a half an hour or an hour to recharge. I do however think workplaces should...

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Business Case Studies

The highs and lows of business success

Leanne Faulkner’s search to sooth her son’s sensitive skin led to the creation of Billie Goat Soap, a business that grew achieving an annual turnover of $2.4 million. For many people,...

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Business Marketing

Ten commandments of business writing

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