Business Management

Business failures are all too common.  Sadly, mismanagement is one of the primary reasons for business failures.  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (May 7, 2014), only about half the businesses that start, are still open after five years.

Bureau of Labor Statistics May 7 2014 Entrepeneur Failures

The below list represents individual blog posts that fall under the category of Business Management.  Simply left-click  the underlined heading to link to the posting.

CFO Concerns 2015

Process Management

Process Improvement to Eliminate/Contain Non-Value Added Costs in the Services Industry

Accounts Payable Best Practices

Employee Management

Should TeleCommuting be a part of your company’s plan?

The Value Embedded in Tele-Commuting

What is the proper way to roll-out an ethics program?

What do you do with a whistleblower that is not satisfied?

Emotions in Business – Yes or No?

Client Management

When should you modify a customer or client relationship?

Success Management

Financial Modeling is an Art, not a Science

An Approach to Compare Actual to Plan

Metrics Linking KPIs with Business Strategy


Growing through Productivity Increases

Growth through Mergers and Acquisitions



Author: Regis Quirin
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Regis Quirin is a financial executive with 23 years of corporate experience, i.e. New York Stock Exchange, JP Morgan Chase, and GMAC ResCap; and 15 years working with small and medium-sized entities, i.e. joint ventures, start-up entities, established businesses. In 2014, Regis published "Redesign to Turnaround Underperforming Small and Medium-Sized Businesses" available via Amazon.

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