How to Use Apple Cider Vinegar for Wrinkles?

Keeping your skin wrinkle free as you age is a difficult task. You can make your skin look younger and flawless if you use a natural cleanser instead of using chemical containing soaps and face wash. Collagen in our skin helps to keep our skin look toned and free from wrinkles. Hence, we need to use natural items… Read More »

PSYCHOGRAPHIC PROFILING

To improve sales efficiency, customers can be divided into “groups” according to their personal needs and preferences; new customers can then be assessed and assigned to the appropriate group. This profiling combines psychological and demographic groupings—hence the term “psychographic.” This enables the business to cater to customers’ specifi c needs and preferences in a seamless and efficient way.… Read More »

CUSTOMER BONDING

As business competition becomes increasingly fi erce, fi rms should not only focus on attracting new customers, they should also use rewards to retain existing clients and get more out of them, which will also attract more clients. The idea Many industries are characterized by the fi ght not only to attract customers but also to retain their… Read More »

ELIMINATING WASTE (MUDA)

In the rush to focus on revenue, many businesses forget to consider the importance of business process and the effects of waste. Put another way, businesses that strive to remain streamlined and well organized have a signifi cant advantage over those that lack effi ciency. The idea For decades, leading Japanese companies directed their cost management efforts toward… Read More »

FRANCHISING

By selling a brand, a business plan, and expertise to regional business owners, corporations can increase profi ts and gain a global reach without signifi cantly increasing risk. The idea The number and variety of franchises is large, and is a technique employed by companies ranging from McDonald’s fast food outlets to the Hyatt luxury hotel chain. There… Read More »

INFORMATION ORIENTATION

Given that billions of dollars are invested each year in IT software and hardware, we might expect managers to know exactly how information technology improves their organization’s results. Exactly what is the connection between the billions invested annually in IT, and improvements in productivity and performance? Information orientation has the answer—the three things that connect IT with business… Read More »

THE RULE OF 150

Coworkers find socializing, team working, and associated activities (such as innovating, collaborating, and sharing knowledge) much easier to achieve when they are placed in groups of less than 150. In this way, larger corporations gain the benefi t of smaller groups that are often closer, more energetic, entrepreneurial, supportive, and better. The idea A fascinating example of an… Read More »

USING CUSTOMER INFORMATION

Seamlessly gathered information can be used to save costs, to provide a tailor-made service to individual clients, and to sell more—often using the internet. The idea The American online retailer Amazon.com has redefi ned bookselling. Its culture appreciates the potential of technology, with the company using information in four key ways: 1. To minimize risks by analyzing information… Read More »

MAKING YOUR EMPLOYEES PROUD

A company with a positive self-image and sense of pride will be more unifi ed and effi cient, with a stronger “employer brand.” When employees respect and appreciate the organization they work for, then their productivity, quality of work, and job satisfaction increase. The idea Are your employees proud of working for your business? This sense of pride… Read More »