Have you ever wondered, “What is my business worth?” You’ve worked hard and are committed to the success of your business, but you might be considering retirement or pursuing a different career path. You may want to sell to an outsider or your children that are actively involved in the business. Regardless of the [...]
As your small business grows, the demands on your time and energy grow, too. You and your employees can find yourselves consumed with activities that creep beyond your passion and proficiency. This can be risky for your business, at worst, and boring or unfulfilling for you and your employees, at best. Many business owners [...]
Have you recently provided your financial statements to a lender, investor, large customer or vendor? Did you wonder what they were looking for? Were you caught off guard by the questions they asked or the decisions they made? Financial statements reveal a lot about a business. Readers of financial statements use financial information to make [...]
Do you feel like you get caught up in the day-to-day details of your business and never have the opportunity to work on the business itself? This is exactly how our firm’s leadership group felt here at TDT. Fortunately, we found Traction: Get A Grip On Your Business, by Gino Wickman, and it changed [...]
To keep score of anything, you have to identify the triggering event. It can be a ball going through the hoop or matching up numbers on a bingo card. In a business environment, a company may have hundreds of triggering events, also known as Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). Measuring KPIs will provide a value [...]
It’s no secret that nonprofit organizations come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Likewise, the structure of their boards are made up of various shapes and sizes. As a board member, it's important to understand what your role is in providing service to the organization. Especially for organizations without paid staff, board members are [...]
Succession planning is a huge topic in business right now and at TDT we repeatedly talk about it with our for-profit clients. Record numbers of nonprofit executives are preparing for their retirement, making this topic incredibly important and timely. Start Now! For many nonprofit organizations, conversations regarding succession planning are past due, putting the organization [...]
Finding time and enough resources to commit towards a multi-step, multi-year succession plan, while managing the controlled chaos of running a business can be daunting. When time is the most precious resource we have, spending it thinking about how to get out of a business we spent our lives getting into seems illogical. However, those [...]
This week's segment of the Performance Measurement video series, Joe Ryan, CPA, provides an overview of Program Expense Efficiency.
In this week's session of Performance Measurement, Amanda Lane, CPA, will be discussing the Email Opt-Out Rate Metric.