Browsing Month September, 2014

Every question is a cry to understand the world

September 8th, 2014 // 6:23 pm @

The ability to effectively communicate is not a boon to a CEO, it is a necessity. The importance of effective communication is something that is not only critical in business but in life, and the reality is we are all much worse at it than we choose to believe. To effectively communicate is not to […]

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Category : Blog &CEO &Management Technique

CEO – Fiscal Competence

September 6th, 2014 // 3:30 pm @

No really good CEO can operate without understanding “The Numbers”. Much of business is about money and other key numbers, having a strong grasp of what the numbers mean is business critical. That is not to say one needs to be an accountant, in many ways that is a very different skill. A CEO must […]

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Category : Blog &CEO

CEO’s and Business Models

September 6th, 2014 // 3:21 pm @

As CEO you are the keeper of the business model, its development, its communication, and the key decisions that it drives. A Business Model is to me the rational of how a company works, and from that it is simple to understand what are the critical inputs to drive success and what are the critical […]

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Category : Blog &CEO

Visionary CEO

September 6th, 2014 // 2:58 pm @

Successful CEOs need ‘a number of key skills including, vision, Business model understanding, fiscal competence, leadership and the ability to communicate. Vision is a prerequisite of any competent CEO. This requires a clear view of how you want the company to be in the future. This is not something that merely adorns the walls as […]

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Category : Blog &CEO

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