I can answer any kind of general management question for a small or medium sized business. I have knowledge in legal, financial, operations, and business development/marketing issues in businesses ranging from 5 to 500 employees.
I have 15 years in progressively more senior positions at Telesat Canada. For the past 15 years I have been building small businesses and selling them. I sold my company in 2005 and became CEO of the parent company, which was publicly traded. I have been consulting and teaching college for the past five years, so i have been able to see many different clients' issues, and how to solve them.
Wireless Telecom Canadian Business
Associate Engineer - DeVry 1983 Master of Business Administration - Ivey Business School (University of Western Ontario) 1996
Telesat Canada The Busholme Inn The Cataract Inn Gallery Metalworks Enable Training and Consulting
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Hi Sam It's a great question. I'm not aware of any particular reference materials but here are my thoughts and a bit on how I have done things in the past... 1. Don't be auditing your bookkeeper
I presume you mean instead of having out of town guests/employees stay in a hotel?? Then the advantages would be that there MAY be a cost savings, and you can control the environment / quality, etc.
If you have a resume/CV it's likely because you are looking for a job, so what will the business card say? If the card has a distinctive look or maybe graphically says "who you are" then it adds something
Hi Prashant I don't really understand this question. Do you mean would it be a good idea to start a business writing S/W for the Ins. industry? If so i don't know for sure but my suspicion is that this
You can't put a % on it but luck is a factor. However there's an old proverb that luck is where opportunity and preparation meet. Both of those are under your control. You create opportunity by being
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