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How To Keep Your Culture Thriving Outside The Office During COVID

Despite the economic havoc COVID-19 caused, the work culture of some companies has stayed solid. But amid big changes and continuing uncertainties, that foundational element of business is an ongoing concern for many heading into 2021.


3 Reasons the Remote Work Trend is Here to Stay

With the continuous advances in technology, it’s easier than ever for businesses to get work done remotely. Since so many organizations have spent time working in a remote environment due to Covid-19, we’ve quickly learned what works for this unique situation and which areas need improvement. Many organizations have already adopted a permanent remote work model moving into the future even beyond the new year.


Are You Ready for These Changes in 2021?

The year 2020 has been a tough year that either made businesses stronger or broke those that lacked resilience. While this year has been full of disruption and transition for many organizations, 2021 will indeed be a year of evolution. As the pandemic slows down and vaccines continue being found, we should expect better things from now on. To help you prepare for the new year, here are some of what you should expect:


In Tough Times For The Unemployed, Franchising Might Be Their Answer

With millions unemployed and numerous industries struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic, some people who are out of work are considering a new career. As positions dwindle in the fields they are familiar with, people are finding themselves forced to go outside their area of experience. And for some, that Plan B could be a blessing in disguise.


Incorporate These Strategies as You Rebuild Your Small Business

Starting and running a successful small business is not easy. You are always faced with countless challenges, some of which can completely destroy your operations. With almost any business taking a hit in 2020, running a business seems even more difficult these days than ever before. As we head to 2021, don’t let your plans be ruined by the challenges you faced this year. While there will be new challenges, there will also be more opportunities you can capitalize. Here are some strategies you can use to rebuild your small business:


Corporations Boast, But Small Businesses Are Key To Cleaner Environment

When major corporations tout their contributions to social or environmental initiatives, the world takes note. As just one example, Microsoft, Apple, Facebook and Google all drew attention at different times this year when they announced plans to work toward becoming carbon neutral. 


Business Success Can Begin At A Surprising Starting Point: Philosophy

In an age when college students are urged to choose an area of study based on financial returns, philosophy has become a much-maligned major. But those who dismiss philosophy as something with no practical use are overlooking how studying Aristotle, Plato, Socrates and others has real-world applications in business, says Cristina DiGiacomo (www.cristinadigiacomo.com), author of Wise Up! At Work and founder of MorAlchemy, a leadership consulting firm that helps CEOs and executives use philosophy to tackle challenges by teaching them to think differently and see new solutions to help their companies thrive.


Get Your Small Business Ready for Year-End 2020

The end of the year is here finally, and businesses are doing all they can to make to most out of the festive season. Although it is tough making sure that you have covered all the bases correctly, year-end should not be a stressful time. In fact, year-end should be a perfect time for you to reorganize and plan for the next year. The truth is that it can sometimes be challenging.  However, as long as you plan ahead and get your organization ready, things can be different, and you may find this season interesting. We have put together some tips that might help you prepare for the year-end with ease.


Winning The Future: What Businesses Must Do To Prepare For 2021

Businesses bolted into 2020 with firm plans and optimistic outlooks. All that evaporated by mid-March as the focus turned from thriving to surviving for most companies. Now, as this turbulent year enters its final months, a new question lies just over the horizon.


A Strategy for Small Businesses

Small business owners have a lot in their plates. From trying to find a market for their products or services to attempting to woo a new customer to join their small customer base, being a small business owner is like signing up to be ever busy and aggressive. Because you may find yourself working every day of the week, you may end up mixing things or forgetting important work altogether. Contrary to the misconception by many small business owners that the smaller the organization, the lower they need a strategic plan, your SME requires a strategy regardless of its size. A strategy can help you know what you have done well, what needs more of your attention and whether your daily operations are growing your company. Here are some of the leading reasons why your small business requires a strategy.


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