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Feb 10

Making Decisions

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A key issue for every business leader is making decisions, large and small. An easy trap to fall into, however, is engaging in endless discussions rather than moving to the decision point. Discussion and feedback have an important place, but if we focus too much time on dialogue, especially ineffective dialogue, we waste valuable time-our own and that of our colleagues. The prophet Elijah gave us a great example when he said, "How long will you hesitate between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow Him- but if Baal, follow him" (1 Kings 18:21, nasb). Elijah understood that once the important issues had been defined, it was time to make a decision.

Feb 03

Trial Lawyers Shoot the Environment

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Trial lawyers have attacked many industries, including McDonalds for selling fatty foods and gun manufacturers for crimes committed by others with legally sold firearms.

Jan 09

Detroit's auto companies headed for rough water

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Has the rash of free financing for new cars, no down payments and $2,000 to $4,000 in cash rebates birthed troubles for the auto industry?
Are the auto companies facing a fall-off in sales in 2003? Are they headed for deep, rough waters and troubled finances


Jan 05

Pricing Your Product or Service Right

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A convenience store raised the price on a single can of pop from $1.09 to $1.19. One block away, another retailer was holding the line at $.99 each. One pizza shop continued to offer free delivery, even though his competitors had instituted a $1.00 to $1.50 charge per order. Establishing the best pricing strategy is always challenging, but considering a few guidelines may help.

Jan 02

General Motors' $60 Billion Problem-the coming bill for healthcare

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General Motors is looking down the barrel of a $63 billion liability to cover retiree health benefits. GM spokesmen and Chief Financial Officer, John Devine, has said that the government should do more to relieve the health care costs from corporations like General Motors.