The benefit of sophisticated month to month support is productive and safe

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When you collaborate with Edgeview we don’t just generate an expensive report and issue an invoice – we measure success with actual results that we deliver together. A collaboration with Edgeview is a hands on exercise – together we create your expectations, identifying and agreeing where your organisation will improve, and how we will execute…

The Difference Between a Business and Strategic Plan?

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Although a strategic plan is a form of business plan, there are several important distinctions between the two “plans” that are worth noting. As you put your business plan together, keep in mind the following tips: Determine the objectives of your plan Decide what information must be presented in the plan, e.g. if finance is…

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6 Tips For Preparing Your Business Plan

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Every business is unique and therefore your business plan must be structured to suit the needs of your business. There is no right or wrong way to structure a business plan—each differs in presentation and emphasis. The particular requirements of your business should be taken into account, as well as the purpose or use for…

Business Plan Mistakes

7 Huge Business Plan Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them)

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Make no mistake—business plans are critical. You’ll need a well thought out plan for your bankers, investors, and management team. A business plan that carefully explains how you will make money and how you will be able to repay loans and investments. But preparing a business plan for the first time can be a daunting…

Effective Change

Culture as Culprit: Four Steps to Effective Change

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In most articles you read, corporate culture or perhaps a lack of culture, is blamed for most implementation and execution problems. Culture “trumps everything,” it is argued, usually without the empirical evidence to back up such a claim. This argument can create a “culture trap” – a very narrow way of thinking about culture and…

Change is Most Powerful When It Comes From the Top

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How often do you change the structure of your organisation? Recent research suggests that many organisations, are in a nearly permanent state of organisational change. One plausible explanation for the continuous need to change is that, every time an organisation switches direction, it alters it structure to deliver the hoped-for results. Rather than small, incremental…

Innovate Before It’s Too Late!

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Businesses that fail to prioritise innovation are unlikely to thrive – or ultimately survive – in today’s increasingly competitive market with the need and expectation for continuous improvement. The light-speed pace of technological development, ever more demanding clients, plus unrelenting competition is forcing businesses to look for new ways of doing things to give them…

Leading Good Change

Professionals Guide to Planning & Leading Good Change

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You need change. Change is good and necessary. Simple, clean, positive change within your organisation will help improve morale and raise profits. Why then, when we know change is good, do we baulk at implementing it? One clue as to why we avoid change comes from research collected from senior executives on culture and change…


Every Organisation Has a Culture, Which Either Works For You or Against You

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In Roger Connors and Tom Smith’s novel “Change the culture, change the game”, Connors and Smith elaborate on the strategy for energizing your organization and creating accountability for results that all businesses should be cognisant of in their operations. In summary the authors Connors and Smith simply state that: Every organisation has a culture. Either…