See Also: How to Turnaround a Company SWOT Analysis How to Run an Effective Meeting How to Train People for Success Action Plan Core Competencies Definition The core competencies definition is a resource or capability that gives a firm competitive advantage. Core competencies are the business functions or operational activities that a company does best.
See also: Porter’s Five Forces of Competition Threat of New Entrants Supplier Power Buyer Bargaining Power Threat of Substitutes Intensity of Rivalry Porter’s Sixth Force Definition Complementors, Porter’s sixth force, are companies or entities that sell or offer goods or services that are compatible with, or complementary to, the goods or services produced and sold
See Also: Activity Based Costing Standard Costing System Cost Driver Value Chain Implementing Activity Based Costing Absorption vs Variable Costing Activity Based Management Process Costing Overhead Job Costing Activity Based Costing Costing vs Traditional Costing In the field of accounting, activity-based costing and traditional costing are two different methods for allocating indirect (overhead) costs to products.
Many companies have been making a profit over the past few years. As a result, they have generated quite a bit of liquidity. With the banks calling on them offering tons of cash and low interest rates they are faced with the decision of either to pay down their company debt or borrow more? Company
Over the years, I’ve worked with companies to improve their profits and cash flow. In doing so, I’ve discovered a common theme: getting people to change – both entrepreneurs and their staff – is difficult. There’s a certain resistance to change with the mentality, “We’ve always done it this way.” A tactic I use to
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Several weeks ago, I met with an entrepreneur who was wanting to purchase several companies and consolidate operations. He was emphatic that he was performing a “consolidation play” not a “roll-up”. I mentioned that it seem to me that he was describing a “roll-up” and that those don’t work! He corrected me by saying again
If you are like most companies I am talking to these days your sales are off from there high for last year. Nobody is immune and there is no place to hide! You have had declining sales for the past six to 12 months with no end in site. So what sales volume should you
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As tropical storm Edouard approaches, you will undoubtedly find grocery stores and gas stations packed with people preparing themselves to be without power, water, and potentially fuel. Maybe this tropical storm will fizzle, or just dump some much needed rain in Texas and southwestern Louisiana. This is, however, a perfect opportunity to review your disaster
We just hired a summer intern from a local MBA program. During the year, we had several projects that we had identified that we wanted to accomplish. But we didn’t have the resources to pull off. We waited until the summer came around then sought out a MBA student whose talents could be applied to