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Just Keeping Track of Key Measures Can Double Your Profits

"Operational dashboards'' keep employees and entire businesses focused on improving the tasks that make everything work.

Dave Lavinsky

The 3-Step Cure for Micromanagement

Learn to let go safely by putting the proper infrastructure in place -- your business depends on it.

The ABCs of Market Research

Here are three things to consider when collecting data on the basics of your industry to stay ahead of the game.

Matthew Toren

How the Advice of the Past Can Save Us Now

On the 60th anniversary of Peter Drucker's business classic, its concepts are still debated along with W. Edwards Deming's quality circles.

Brent Misso

Savvy Business Owners Know This Metric

Business owners who understand their cost of goods sold have an understanding of what their firm needs to succeed.

Make Financial Statements Useful With These 6 Tips

Without accurate and up-to-date numbers, your business can suffer. Here's how to upgrade your reporting.

Hello? Is Someone There? Why Customer Support Matters.

Your service team can not only address client problems but give valuable feedback to your company and product.

How to Tell if Your Social Media Efforts Are Paying Off

Monitoring and measuring your social media efforts is essential. Here are the two metrics to watch.

Scott Levy

Updated Facebook 'Pages' Allow You to Stack Up Your Competitors' Social Metrics

Facebook is rolling out a streamlined version of its Pages feature that will allow administrators to keep an eye on the social performance of competing businesses.

Geoff Weiss

Getting Your Small Business to Scale Like a Tech Startup

With small businesses starting to think more like tech startups in terms of innovation and growth, here are a few tips to help companies get started down that path.

Look Out Startups, 2014 is About Results, Not Buzz

Companies may have been able to get ahead before with cool ideas -- but not anymore.

Tracking These 6 Metrics Could Boost Your Sales

If you're not tracking these numbers, you'll have a hard time growing.

Dave Lavinsky