There are plenty of articles and resources on budgeting and overall planning available to business owners. The problem is that too much of the old “tried and true” advice puts the emphasis on annual planning. Why is this a problem?
Historically, CFOs and finance staff have operated independently from other business teams. From behind their green visors – and with nary a word – came the YES or NO that determined the fate each organizational initiative. After all, the finance team’s job was to interact with the numbers, not the natives.
A few weeks ago, our community helped us prepare for our Mid-Year Check-In edition of Summit by filling out a short survey about how they were measuring progress toward 2013 goals, and whether or not they were on track towards them.
A couple of years ago, we shared ten essential New Year’s Resolutions for business owners committed to growing their companies. Now, we want to know: Did you follow our advice?
Right now, many business owners are reflecting on 2010 and planning for 2011. So, what better time to commit to a few success-focused New Year’s Resolutions for our businesses, specifically financial strategy resolutions.