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Many people know they need to create a business plan, but they never do. I honestly think this is the worst mistake anyone could make. Even worse, they find themselves asking “What is a business plan?” Don’t get me wrong, I get it! They are typically complicated, have way too many formalities and go off in areas that can be confusing to people who are just starting in their business. That’s why in this weeks Episode of Buisness Rock Stars we focus on the do's
Part 2 of the Interview with NCX Group's own and Business Continuity Institute Fellow Doug Weldon, is from the Best of The Watchdog Report. During the interview we discuss the importance of Business Continuity in addressing Information Risk Management.
During this interview we get into the multiple phases of a Business Continuity Project and what you should expect. By the end of this interview you will gain insight into how you can better prepare your business to withstand a catastrophic event, meet compliance or service disruption.
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Our guest this morning is Laurence Myerson. Laurence is with SMS Business Continuity & Disaster Management Systems.
SMS focuses on major incident resilient communication systems and technology.
Due to the sensitive nature of our topic and his top secret security clearance, we can’t give any specific information on Laurence himself but we can tell you a little bit about the company and a program SMS has developed. In 2012, the entire system became 64 bit compliant taking it to an even higher level of efficiency and reliability. It was developed to be fully operational on phones and laptops without having any Internet connectivity or power requirements which is essential for any major incident.
SMS works with police and governments security sites, embassies and consulates, diplomatic protection, airports, first responders, ops rooms and control centers, emergency teams, emergency call centers, fire services, universities, major sports clubs and stadiums, museums and national establishments, transport companies and global businesses.
We can tell you that Laurence and his development team are a select group of unique individuals versed in this type of communication. Unfortunately most of what they do is under protocol specifics – which means, if we tell you anything more, we’ll have to kill you.
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People spend so much time lamenting over a business plan...and still get it wrong.
Let's discuss the ways to properly create a "good" business plan that helps you to secure the funding you need.
What's in it?
How long should it be?
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Season 1 Episode 25
Starting a Business Series: How to Write a Business Plan and Other Challenges
In this Episode we will discuss how to write a business plan when you are starting a business and other challenges.
We will continue our discussion with Precious L. Williams (award winning entreprenuer) on How to Write a Business Plan and How to take Action to Make it Happen!
Hosted by Jeffrey Rincon, Chander Singh, Adeola Adejobi
Featuring: Precious L. Williams
Life Coach Ida Hardy will be with us again on Business on the Edge for our Thursday Women In Business show. We are going to talk more about workplace behavior, getting out of a professional rut, senior class, and smart solutions to dealing with professional loss.
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Business advice and business thought leadership with business expert, Howard Lewinter, for CEOs, business owners and entrepreneurs to improve and grow business. Listen to today's 5 Minute Business Strategy: Does Your Business Have A Plan "B"? Follow Howard on Twitter: @HowardLewinter for more business tips. Tweet Howard your business questions!
Traditional business views people as expendable, exhaustible and expensive. It's a structure where profits come before people, where people are often treated like machines, where there is so much judgment about what is 'right' and 'wrong' that people are afraid to be themselves and where bullying is rife! This approach creates stress, not ease and expansion. What else is possible?
This week I am joined by Kerry Purcell and we're going to talk about changing the meanness that rules business. What if people could be kind to each other? What if money wasn't the only valuable outcome? What if businesses that exhibit a generosity of spirit with their people could thrive?
There are so many possibilities for changing the meanness that exists in business! What would you like to create? What questions do you have? Send them in - either in the comments below or live on the call!
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This week's featured topic: Lawyers can't live with them. Can't live without them. Hosted by Ronda Barber, publisher of OhioMBE We will discuss topics of interest to Ohio's small and minority businesses. The show will highlight upcoming business networking and training events, provide business tips ...
Today on the Business on the Edge Extended Lunch Grill. Small Business Thinkers vs. Big Business Thinkers.
Is there a difference on why a small business becomes a big business. Are their risks that they are willing to take that a small business thinker won't take. Is there a formula to cross the chasm?
Let's grill it up and think about things that you might not be thinking about as a small business thinker.