The intention with our blogs, and the associated webinars, is to provide you with the thinking, the tools and the techniques that help you, and your people, deliver:
- Better strategies
- Better systems
- Better measurement
- Engaged people delivering
- Better results
Our blogs for 2021
The virtuous cycle for developing a business
How to create a virtuous circle for growing a business; The owner takes care of their team, the team takes care of the customers and the customers take care of the business, rewarding it with repeat business, profits and success. Easy eh?
Getting the right people on the bus
How to develop a systematic recruitment process where you get 90% plus confidence in the person you are recruiting can, and will, do a first-class job.
Getting good feedback
Creating excellent customer feedback processes that drives the development of future business.
Is your business balanced?
How to develop strategic performance measurement tool that tracks the execution of activities by staff and monitors the consequences arising from actions.
Increasing the lifetime value of customers
How to use the concept of customer lifetime value to make predictions about the net profit attributed to the entire future relationship with your customers.
Protecting the business
Business is inherently risky. And many of us thrive on risks associated with starting, running and growing a business; new staff, new customers and new products are all inherently risky and risks we seek. However, there are risks that we don’t seek, risks we need to plan for, and to, positively avoid…
Protecting your bits …and bytes
How to create an information security system that protects all forms of information, including digital, paper-based, intellectual property, company secrets, data on devices and in the Cloud, hard copies and personal information.
Avoiding doom – take two from three!
The customer has the only vote on whether or not your “promise” was delivered, and you can’t do everything, so where do you focus: time, quality or cost?
Time to think…and the questions to ask…
We all get wrapped up in “doing” we don’t spend enough time “thinking”. Even when we are thinking and planning the focus is often on getting it done. Here we ask some hard thinking questions.
What your customers need
The single most important question you need to answer is why your ideal target customers NOT buying from you.
How to turn your C team into your A team.
How to turn your C team into your A team. The only difference between a high-maintenance and high-performance team is the culture of accountability, measurement and ownership.
Getting the most from yourself
Developing yourself, and the business, takes time and tenacity. How to focus on the things you love so you get the best results from yourself and others.
David v Goliath – The advantage of being small
How to leverage your size. Long-term survival requires more curiosity, less arrogance, more humility less need to be right, better questions and fewer answers.
Who wins – Systems v Culture?
How to manage the balance between systems and culture. Systems are incredible … when the tasks are repetitive … culture is doing the right thing right. You need both.
Making processes deliver
How to ensure systems are managed so that cost and waste are reduced and effectiveness and efficiency is increased, but…without stifling entrepreneurial flair
How to delegate (not abdicate) – The delegation driver
Do you delegate or abdicate? The delegation driver is a structured tool for ensuring delegated tasks are perfectly delivered.
Ratcheting up … leveraging sales
In this blog we investigate different methods for ratcheting sales
Picking the winner – focusing time & effort
Time and money are limited, and you need to make decisions and choices with imperfect information. This tool helps you pick winners.
How do you attract your customers attention in an increasingly noisy world?
The Business Excellence Model is a quantifiable framework that helps to focus thought and action in a systematic and structured way that leads to quantifiably increased performance.
Managing the cash gap
The cash gap is the number of days between a business’s payment of cash for goods and services bought and the receipt of cash from its customers for goods or services sold. We explore how to reduce it.
The chain reaction
The Deming Chain reaction explains the reason why organisations should spend effort, time and money to improve the quality of their products and services.
Getting the results you want
The year is up! How have you done? What have you learnt, and how can that help inform next years plans? Let’s start thinking!
To find out how Statius can help you deliver:
• Better strategies
• Better systems
• Better measurement and
• Engaged people delivering
• Better results
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