the ceo magazine, productivity,
David Horsager, Author , THE DAILY EDGE:  Simple Strategies To Increase Efficiency And Make An Impact Every Day

High productivity and high profitability usually go hand in hand. But unless we drill down to absolute clarity on our goals and strategies, we will not achieve either. While the books and experts on the subject are innumerable, most of the material out there doesn’t seem to capture the right blend of productivity and relationship that is displayed by our most successful CEO’s and business executives. Each day brings a mountain of tasks, but are you focusing on the things that will make forward progress on your most important goals?

the ceo magazine, small business
Thomas P. Rood, Paycheck Independence Day

Many people will tell you that if you want to get rich, you have to start your own business.  According to the SBA Office of Advocacy, in 2009 there were over 27 million businesses in the United States.  It appears a lot of people want to get rich.

Once you take the plunge and start your own business, what is your chance for survival?  According to the SBA, 69% of new firms started in 2000 or later survive at least two years and 51% of those firms survive at least five years.  In the short-term, your chances for survival are actually quite good.

Todd C. Williams, Founder & President, eCameron, Inc.

Turning vision into profitability takes equal parts of leadership and management.   Understanding which parts to use is the challenge. As leaders we set the vision and define the corporate culture. If we do not imbue the qualities that build trust within our company and with our customers, growth will be elusive.  Nowhere is this more evident than when your company’s capabilities need to change and you start a corporate wide initiative. 



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