Financial Clarity for Entrepreneurs

Category Archives: Strategy

Profit Improvement – The Magic of Algebra

March 4, 2010 0 Comments

Using the break-even formula can help you look for profit improving strategies.

Expensive Money

April 9, 2009 0 Comments

The most expensive way to raise capital?  Selling equity, of course.

Innovating And The Smaller Company

October 7, 2008 0 Comments

In my previous post on Unbundling Business I said that product innovation was probably best left to “two guys in a garage.”  It was a bit of a throw-away line, and I’ve received some off-line feedback to explain myself. A concept that applies to any investment, whether in your business, in the stock market, or […]

Unbundling Business

September 23, 2008 0 Comments

John Hagel of Edge Perspectives analyzes Dell’s possible spin-off of its manufacturing operations and puts it in the larger context of corporate restructuring through unbundling business types. In brief, most companies today are still an unnatural bundle of three fundamentally different, and often competing, business types: Infrastructure management businesses – high volume, routine processing activities […]

Pick Two – Intro and Delegation

June 11, 2008 0 Comments

If brevity is the soul of wit, I can think of no better example than Pick Two.  This little tool is as powerful as it is underused, so I’m doing my part correct that oversight. Who Knew Software Geeks Were So Smart Way back in the mists of time, maybe 30 years ago or so, […]