On Business Management takes the best thoughts that history and philosophy have offered over time to convey a universal and very simple business management method that is as valid for the sole trader and small business manager, as it is for the Chief Executive Officer of a multi-national business.
Drawing on works by well known and less well known philosophers and historical events, a business management process is crystallised that is a perfect union between today's E-business platforms and the fundamentals of the free market.
Thus providing managers the opportunity to install a competitive management architecture into their business that is naturally sustainable and consistently competitive.
Written by Gary Trugman, Understanding Business Valuation: A Practical Guide to Valuing Small-to Medium-Sized Businesses, simplifies a technical and complex area of practice with real-world experience and examples. Trugman's informal, easy-to-read style covers all the bases in the various valuation approaches, methods, and techniques. Readers at all experience levels will find valuable information that will improve and fine-tune their everyday activities.
Topics include valuation standards, theory, approaches, methods, discount and capitalization rates, S corporation issues, and much more. Author’s Note boxes throughout the publication draw on the author’s veteran, practical experience to identify critical points in the content. This edition has been greatly expanded to include new topics as well as enhanced discussions of existing topics.
BUSINESS PLANS HANDBOOK is a collection of actual business plans compiled by entrepreneurs seeking funding for small businesses throughout North America. For those looking for examples of how to approach, structure and compose their own business plans, the Handbook presents 24 sample plans taken from businesses in the manufacturing, retail and service industries ' only the company names and addresses have been changed. Typical business plans include type of business; statement of purpose; executive summary; business/industry description; market; product and production; management/personnel; and financial specifics. This edition also contains a business plan template and two fictional business plans ' all of which can aid users in developing business plans of their own. Also featured is a listing of organizations, agencies, and consultants; a glossary of small business terms; and an updated bibliography.
From an interoffice memo to a fifty-page proposal, this is the definitive guide to business writing. Anyone who has ever had to write any business document will find "The Elements of Business Writing" the single most effective tool for producing clear, concise, and persuasive prose. Equally useful to executives and support staff, it shows how to: write clearly and powerfully; rid writing of jargon and pompous language; organize material effectively; and avoid errors in spelling, grammar, and usage. (paper)
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