Dave Gardner’s “Thank God It’s Monday” 27SEP10

“Thank God It’s Monday” is to help companies thrive!

This week’s focus: business execution

I had the good fortune of spending the weekend at a Kalispell, Montana, hotel that backed up to a very small airport. Just before dinner, my wife and I watched a gentleman in a small, single-engine Cessna practicing take-offs and landings as the sun set behind the mountains.

This reminded me a pilot must maintain proficiency to keep his/her license current or face flying restrictions until issues are cleared.

Business execution is really no different. You can’t assume that a process you put in place is relevant and works well today. To be effective, processes must be tested and validated for efficacy. If necessary, adjustments must be made to ensure the process business goals are achieved and maintained.

Companies that thrive are vigilant about ensuring their business processes and business execution meet high standards.

Thought for the week:
When obstacles arise, change your direction to reach your goal, not the decision to get there.” -Zig Ziglar

Dave Gardner, Gardner & Associates Consulting http://www.gardnerandassoc.com

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One Response to Dave Gardner’s “Thank God It’s Monday” 27SEP10

  1. Tax law about businesses in the USA is ever changing.
    A lot of people have small business ideas that they often fail to put into practice either because they lack the money to make an investment or because the fear to lose everything.
    A customer is injured while using a product you sold and files a claim for indemnity.


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