3 Myths of Small Business Success

By |2021-08-04T16:35:49-05:00July 27th, 2021|Advisory, Cash Flow, Goals, Internal Control, KPIs, Preparation, Process Optimization|

  Applications for new businesses have increased over the past year. This is good news, as small businesses drive our economies and bring growth to our communities. But starting a new business isn’t an easy road—22% of small businesses fail within the first year, and 50% fail within the first five years. And with so [...]

Internal Controls For A Growing Organization

By |2021-08-02T15:18:34-05:00July 5th, 2021|Advisory, Internal Control, Nonprofit, Performance Measurement, Process Optimization|

Think back to when you first started your organization. Responsibility sat on a director or small group of individuals to promote, produce, and account for the organization’s mission. Each task was approached with a “whatever-it-takes” mentality. Everyone was in touch with what was happening, identified areas of improvement, and felt confident in the direction of [...]

Have Your Internal Controls Grown With Your Business?

By |2021-07-28T12:58:01-05:00May 10th, 2021|Advisory, Internal Control, Performance Measurement, Preparation, Process Optimization|

  Think back to when you first started your company. Responsibility sat on your shoulders to promote, produce, and account for your business. You approached each task thrown your way with a “whatever-it-takes” mentality. You were in touch with what was happening, identified areas of improvement, and felt confident in the direction you were heading. [...]

5 Blind Spots To Avoid When Scaling Your Nonprofit

By |2021-04-08T11:09:35-05:00March 15th, 2021|Advisory, Budget, Cash Flow, Change, Goals, Internal Control, Leader, Nonprofit, Performance Measurement, Preparation, Process Optimization|

  As your organization grows and scales, there are blind spots that sneak up on you. Things were going well in your organization; you were cruising along, enjoying the growth and sustainability and then … BAM! New problems and opportunities seemingly come out of nowhere. Each stage of an organization (startup, growth-stage and maturity) has [...]

5 Blind Spots to Avoid When Scaling your Business

By |2021-04-08T11:09:20-05:00February 15th, 2021|Advisory, Budget, Cash Flow, Change, Goals, Internal Control, Leader, Nonprofit, Performance Measurement, Preparation, Process Optimization|

  Growing a business is a lot like an amusement park. It’s exciting, fun, overwhelming and nauseating. It’s a roller coaster of fear, confidence, joy and panic. It’s a tilt-a-whirl of influence, innovation, and concern. The growth stage of business can be a wild ride, especially when the growth occurs rapidly. This array of emotions [...]

Are You Getting The Right Tasks Done Each Day?

By |2021-01-22T16:59:21-06:00January 22nd, 2021|Advisory, Book Recommendation, Goals, Leader, Process Optimization|

This post may contain affiliate links*. TDT may earn a commission if you make a purchase through some links, at no cost to you.   COVID has given many of us a new perspective on life. Additional time spent at home with family, fewer activities, and an overall less hurried lifestyle has given us the opportunity [...]

3 Steps To Improve Process Optimization Within Your Business

By |2021-01-22T16:53:42-06:00January 20th, 2021|Advisory, Goals, Internal Control, Process Optimization|

  It’s easy for inefficiencies to become the norm, especially during periods of growth. During these times, it’s common to focus on growing gross revenue, which is important; however, there are many processes in your business that eventually boil that revenue down to your net revenue, which represent the true results of your efforts. Do [...]

3 Steps To Improve Process Optimization Within Your Nonprofit

By |2021-01-22T16:54:10-06:00January 6th, 2021|Advisory, Goals, Internal Control, Process Optimization|

  It is easy for inefficiencies to become the norm, especially during periods of growth. During these times, it’s common to focus on growing revenue, which is important to support your programs; however, there are many processes in your organization that eat up that revenue, and if they aren’t performed efficiently then they can take [...]

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