An introductory post to Supply Chain Management.
Master the Power of Event Loops to manage your professional and personal lives.
Beginner’s guide to Personal Finance and Wealth Creation.
Passages and lessons I took away from the book Legacy by James Kerr.
These are the passages and lessons I took away from the book Tools of Titans by Tim Ferris.
These are the passages and lessons I took away from High Output Management by Andrew Grove.
These are the passages and key lessons I took away from The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau.
These are the passages and key lessons I took away from Creative Confidence by Tom and David Kelley.
Understanding how, where, and when to compete is like playing a game of chess. There is no one-size fits all strategy. The strongest players continuously adapt to each competitor’s moves; as well as take radical actions to redesign the playing field to their advantage.
Evaluating a company’s internal environment begins with assessing your company’s performance on achieving its financial and strategic objectives. In this 3rd post of our 4-part strategy series, we’ll dig into understanding your company’s competitive micro-environment by addressing 5 key questions.