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5 Survival Tips from Successful Small Company Managers

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This post originally appeared on THEsmallCOMPANYBLOG. Truth be told, few things in business are more complex than running or managing a small company.  While our counterparts in Fortune 500 organizations have the benefit of things like goals and job descriptions and long-term plans, the only constants small company managers have on their side are change […]

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Written by Eric Rudolf

March 16th, 2011 at 7:05 am

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7 Reasons Your Employees Might Hate You

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This post originally appeared on THEsmallCOMPANYBLOG. When you take a moment to list all of the functions involved in running a small company, it is easy to see how overwhelming entrepreneurship can be.  Having to perform sales, marketing, accounting, purchasing and shipping (along with two dozen other daily tasks) requires set of skills many people […]

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Written by Eric Rudolf

February 16th, 2011 at 7:37 am

6 Critical Mistakes All Small Company Managers Must Avoid

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This post originally appeared on THEsmallCOMPANYBLOG. Before I get too far into this article, I need to point something out.  Like hundreds of people before me, I could have used the 1,000 words that follow to declare that running a successful small company is about things like taking risks, accepting failure, multi-tasking, finding creative solutions […]

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Written by Eric Rudolf

February 2nd, 2011 at 7:12 am