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8 Habits to Keep Yourself Motivated with A Strategic Online Business

8 Habits to Keep Yourself Motivated with A Strategic Online Business
8 Habits to Keep Yourself Motivated with A Strategic Online Business The online clothing business is growing in its reach for a great many reasons. First of all, individuals are living a busy life, and shopping online saves a significant amount of time. Also, the ecommerce industry is a growing culture, and conventional retail therapy is a dying breed. That is why the clothing brand that you have developed deserves a robust online outlet so that it can get its true admirers on the internet cloud. Here are a few habits that will help you reach success with online business and help you win the online shopping sphere. 1. Online Entrepreneur and the Balance of Success: The Internet is a unique realm where overnight success and endless failure are both equally probable. The main factor that differentiates the successful online entrepreneur from a failed online seller is the fact of tricks up their sleeves. The entrepreneur who has cracked the code to online success will achieve success beyond belief while the one who struggles with grasping the main concepts shall falter. In a word, that trick has to be named as ‘effectiveness’; the reason being that the online strategies that you implement have to be useful for your online plan to be effective. So here are the habits that will increase your effectiveness in creating an online sales and marketing strategy. 2. Improving E-Commerce Experience: Any online marketing and sales venture are only as good as the experience that the customers are getting from the rand. E-commerce like Linen clothing for women sold online is an endless venture where customer complaints, order deliveries, and other issues crop up on an everyday basis. Make sure that you have a smooth and continuous process to ensure that the customer service that you provide is going smoothly. Whether you are managing e-commerce yourself, or have people in place, make a habit of sticking to your customer engagement regularly. Word of Mouth: The online community is the new local community. A right word of mouth and an honest review from the customer is the key to a successful trust-building exercise online. The more satisfied and trusting customers you have, the better your brand will perform. Strong Brand: The brand that has a reliable customer service also has a robust online identity. The customer service representatives also feel energized to work in the brand if they know that they are closely supervised and are held accountable. 3. Know Your Business: Many businesses are launched online without any need for more in-depth knowledge. The reason being that as long as you have a consumer base and the product in hand, all you need is a shipping option, and you are good to go. Your product will take off, and your company is ready to sell its products. But that is no reason not to understand your funnel process thoroughly. Make sure that you know all the minute details of your business and keep in touch with current and upcoming technological and marketing options for your product type. This will allow you to experiment frequently and expand your business when the time is right. Network: We cannot emphasize this point enough; networking in your field is crucial to success in the ventures you are undertaking. There is a great need for ensuring that you have proper connections in your industry because they are continuously needed in business conduction. 4. Business Evaluation Metrics: The metrics that are commonly used in the evaluation of the business are crucial to the success of the market itself. These metrics are scientific methods devised to ensure that the company is objectively...
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Need a Business Idea? BI #1

Need a Business Idea? BI #1
Best New Business Ideas for 2020 Accountant Create a flier outlining your services. Before you do that, you need to know what those services will be. Do you want to simply do bookkeeping for a small business? A more involved level of accounting would be do actually work up balance sheets, income statements, and other financial reports on a monthly, quarterly, and/or annual basis, depending on the needs of the business. Other specializations can include tax accounting, a huge area of potential work. Many business owners don’t mind keeping their own day-to-day bookkeeping records but would rather get professional help with their taxes. Most small businesses don’t have a full-time accountant, so the task of record keeping often falls to the business owner. A highly organized, trustworthy, part-time bookkeeper can really alleviate the stress of sorting through receipts and tax returns. You’ll most likely only need to put in one or two days a month for each client, depending on how many sales and expenses they have. Knowledge of QuickBooks is a plus, but not necessarily a requirement for, this side business. And if you don’t already have a relevant degree, you can take bookkeeping classes at a local community college. You can also become a certified bookkeeper through organizations like the National Association of Certified Professional Bookkeepers. Read on: A well researched article on “Small business ideas that’ll make you money” by Dawn Matthews  that throws light on realistic business ideas that’ll work out in the long run. It’s the year of the entrepreneur. Thanks, in part, to social media, crowdfunding and alternative lending options, and the constant evolution of technology, it’s a great time to start a business. Here is a great post on “Some very specific mistakes which can create big problems for Small Businesses“, compiled by John Hawthorne based on his research and experience. Read the Article for great insights on how branding has to be done the right way ! Avoiding Typical Small Business Branding Mistakes | David Taylor Design Many small businesses find themselves struggling to stay on top of all their tasks, from accounting to marketing to sales. They know that small business branding is important, but find it difficult to set aside the necessary time to systematically create their brand. Attractive Business Ideas for Accountants Some of the most important business ideas for accountants are given as under. Bookkeeping: Bookkeeping is a lucrative business alternative for accountants. Both and small business firms require to maintain updated bookkeeping. With the availability of various software and computers equipped with the latest technology, bookkeeping has become easier than before. Accountants can engage themselves educational bookkeeping, this kind of business venture require both experience and education which the accountants usually have. Payroll Service: Payroll service which is a subsidiary of bookkeeping service is a very good business idea for accountants. Payroll services are necessary for most of the companies, and accountants can engage themselves into this kind of service which will help them earn good profits. Tax preparation: Tax preparation service can prove to be a very fruitful business idea for the accountants, for this kind of business grows very easily and appeals to numerous clients. Accountants taking tax preparation service as a business plan means that both individuals and firms will act as clients. Hope you found this article informative and useful…. Leave your feedback and...
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“Introduction to Strategic Management”

“Introduction to Strategic Management”
Strategic Management by David Kryscynski This is the introduction lecture for Strategic Management. Very Innovative and Informative video.   A List of Strategic Management Terms Business – A strategy that pertains to single departments or units within a company. Combination – A type of grand strategy that employs several different grand strategies at once. Concentration – A growth strategy that extends the sale of current products or services to a company’s current market. Differentiation – A business strategy that strives to make the company’s product or service unique. Diversification – A growth strategy that moves a company into a similar kind of business with new or different products or services. Divestiture – A type of defensive strategy in which a company sells some part of its business, often an unprofitable part. Evaluating – The process of continuously monitoring the company’s progress toward its long-range goals and mission. Focus – A business strategy that directs marketing and sales towards a small segment of the market. Formal – The type of planning that involves systematic studying of an issue and the preparation of a written document to deal with the problem. Formulating strategy – Developing the grand- and business-level strategies to be used by the company. Functional – A strategy which involves short-range operational plans which support business strategies by emphasizing practical implementation. Goal – A concise statement that provides direction for employees and set standards for achieving the company’s strategic plan Grand – A type of strategy that provides overall direction for the company. Growth – A type of grand strategy developed when a company tries to expand sales, products, or number of employees. Implementing – Putting a strategy to work after it has been formulated. Intermediate – Covers the time span between short-range and long-range, usually 1-3 years or 1-5 years Liquidation – A type of defensive strategy in which the entire company is sold or dissolved. Long Term– A three-to-five year period of time, but possibly as far as 20 years into the future. Mission Statement – A brief summary explaining why a company exists. Operational – Short-range planning that focuses on forming ideas for dealing with specific functions in the company. Overall Cost Leadership – A business strategy that is designed to produce and deliver a product or service for a lower cost than the competition. Planning – The process that businesses use to decide the company’s goals for the future and the ways to achieve those goals. Policy – A broad general guide to action that establishes boundaries within which employees must operate. Procedure – A detailed series of related steps of tasks written to implement a policy. Retrenchment – A type of strategy that aims to reverse negative trends in a company, such as losses in sales. Rule – A specific and definite corporate action that employees must follow. Short Term– A one-year period of time. Stability – A type of strategy that aims to keep the company operating at the same level that it has for several years. Strategic – Long-range planning done by the highest management levels in the company. Strategic Management – The application of the basic planning process at the highest levels of the company. Strategy – An outline of the basic steps management is going to take to achieve a goal. SWOT Analysis – The most utilized process for determining a company’s overall health; it involves analyzing internal strengths, internal weaknesses, external opportunities, and external threats. Turnaround – A type of defensive strategy that is used to regain success. Vertical Integration – A growth strategy that moves a company into a market it previously served either as a supplier or as a customer....
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Contributions of Entrepreneurs to the Society

Contributions of Entrepreneurs to the Society
Entrepreneurs are the mechanism by which our economy turns demand into supply. They create new ventures that provide new, improved products and services. Here we list some of the principal qualities of entrepreneurs and how those qualities help in shaping up our economy. Productivity Accelerators: Entrepreneurship raises productivity through technical and other forms of innovation. Entrepreneurs as risk bearers find resources and fill market gaps that would be missed by larger, more bureaucratic organizations. They allow a country to extract every last bit of marginal capacity out of whatever resources exist within the society. Brilliant Tips on Productivity by some Popular Entrepreneurs: Focus on one thing at a time: It may seem like a no-brainer, but multitasking can actually cut back on your productivity. Instead of juggling multiple projects at once, schedule out blocks of time — or even entire days — during which you only focus on one task or one project. Steph Auteri, @stephauteri, Word Nerd Pro Outsource, outsource, outsource: Everything may be a priority, but you are not equally brilliant at everything. Eliminate the unnecessary tasks and outsource your weaknesses so your time and focus is directed to where you’ll make the biggest impact for the business. Kelly Azevedo, @krazevedo, She’s Got Systems Define roles and divide work: Make sure everyone on the team has distinct roles defined, and divide work accordingly. Everyone on a proactive team will want to do everything, and clearly defined roles make it clear who should do what. David Gardner, @david_gardner, ColorJar Job Creators: It is a powerful tool of job creation –Entrepreneurship as a whole contributes to social wealth by creating new markets, new industries, new technology, new institutional forms, new jobs and net increases in real productivity. The jobs constructed through their activities in turn lead to equitable distribution of income which leads to higher standards of living for the population. Entrepreneurship facilitates the transfer of technology. Entrepreneurs play a strategic role in commercializing new inventions and products. They play a critical role in the restructuring and transformation of economy. Their behavior breathes vitality into the life of large corporations and governmental enterprises. Market Competitiveness: They make the markets more competitive and thereby reduce both static and dynamic market inefficiencies. Micro-preneurs working in the informal sector circumvent established government authority when governments and their programmes inhibit economic development. They stimulate redistribution of wealth, income and political power within societies in ways that are economically positive and without being politically disruptive. Social Welfare: They improve social welfare of a country harnessing dormant, previously overlooked talent. They create new markets and help in expansion into international markets. The unique feature of entrepreneurship – that it is a low cost strategy of economic development, job creation and technical innovations. Technology Innovation: Technology entrepreneurship is also important for sustainable development as Nobel Prize Laureate prof. Dan Schechtman puts it: “Technological entrepreneurship is a key to the well-being of the world”. India has been the first among the few developing countries to have assigned a significant and categorical state role to small scale industries from the first Five Year Plan itself, and the small scale sector has emerged as a dynamic and vibrant sector of the economy during the eighties. If the country develops pucca infrastructure and removes the hurdles in the operative environment politically and legally, no doubt the Indian economy will be scaling to greater heights. Surplus manpower (educated and un-educated), which has been a great liability can become an asset once those with potential are selectively groomed for self-employment and enterprise formation, leading to further job...
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Decision Making

Decision Making
Evaluating the Importance of Decision Making Successful decision making is one that is devoid of any ambiguity or tentativeness. Although there is a wide range of choice and alternative techniques to arrive at a decision, timely decision making is what adds value to the decision. The objective is to execute the action plan immediately to avoid delays that might prove costly in terms of productivity. Defensive behavior of managers: Managers who are the key figures to make decisions sometimes play defense to avoid action, blame or change. They exhibit a variety of defensive behaviors which is a wasted effort; this also makes the workers lethargic in their attitude. Avoiding action is considered to be the best political strategy. Some managers always talk about the rules and regulations that have been followed for ages in that company and want every action to be rigidly adhered to the precedence and neither allows nor admits the need to consider the nuances of a particular case. Policies and Procedures: Policies and procedures are of course the prerogative of the top level management, but it is the duty of the manager to suggest reforms in those policies that are obsolete by bringing it to the perusal of the ultimate authorities. How long will you sing the same song “The rules clearly state that”! Also don’t try to pass the buck or play duals, that clearly showcases your inability to handle things and nobody nowadays is prepared to believe false pretense. Expectation of Sub-Ordinates from the Superiors: Subordinates look up to their superiors for support as well as quick solutions for problems of any kind that comes their way; only a person who is quick in reacting to situations with presence of mind and consideration is well liked by and approved of. If you distance yourself from problems or try to prolong a task in lieu of your inability to make a decision, in the short run it might prove helpful in covering up making you look busy and productive. But what happens in the long run? It leads to organizational rigidity and stagnation in terms of productivity and a sag in the morale of the employees. Fifty Models for Strategic Thinking  Playing it Safe is not Always Safe: Playing safe is not always safe. Some managers always like to lead a team that has taken up viable projects with a high probability of success. There is no pain but lots of gain. This tactics makes you devoid of risk taking -which according to me is the prime and supreme quality that a manager or a team leader must possess or at least try to develop. Also taking a neutral position in #conflict situations makes you a dull leader and not a person to be much sought after. What is the result of Poor Decision Making? The first and foremost thing that managers have to understand and admit is that, poor decision making is the root cause of failed course of action. They should have the guts to admit and take up the responsibility for the negative outcome and not to seek some strategically helpless defense mechanisms. Making others a scapegoat for your helplessness doesn’t shield you for long but puts you in the defending territory forever. Ddefensiveness delays decisions, affects organizational success, sets a bad precedence, increased group conflicts, interpersonal tensions and leads to unreliable evaluations. The long and short of the discussion clearly highlights the importance of recruiting not only a qualified manager but a committed and reliable person who has the ability to take risks and tackle crisis situations with ease and steer the organization smoothly without any hitches by greasing it...
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