If the job is going to be more than a couple of thousand dollars, consider getting more than three quotes. Sure, it can be a bit of hassle getting those quotes, but if your goal is to get quality work at a reasonable price, then you need to do your homework. So what should you be looking for in a quote?
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Manage the top line: your strategy, your people, and your products, and the bottom line will follow. Wise are those who learn that the bottom line doesn't always have to be their top priority. You must consider the bottom line, but make it integrity before profits.
After you have projected sales and cost of sales, you need to think about comparing expenses to your sales. Expenses start with personnel. Then you have rent, utilities, equipment, and probably some advertising, maybe commissions, public relations, and other expenses.
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The third of the four human elements we discuss in Humanize is "Generative. The short definition of generative is the capacity to produce or create. In our context, we were expanding the definition to make that capacity sustainable, like a species being able to propagate and thrive.
Today, we continue to outstrip our planetary boundaries with no sign of slowing down. How often are management concepts subjected to recalls by the people who invented them? It is hard to think of a single case. If an industrial product like a car fails the manufacturer pulls it back, tests it and, if necessary, re-equips it.