Lubeck, Dan
July 2011
Smart Business Los Angeles;Jul2011, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p6
The article reports on leadership development and enterprise improvement initiatives for creating value irrespective of business cycles. The author discusses strategic planning as the cornerstone of enterprise improvement. He considers sales and marketing as an area that often can be improved, and says asset utilization and balance sheet focus may include such basic work as improving accounts receivables. He stresses that most business owners and senior leaders appreciate the value of professional support and other external resources.


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