The DNA to Strategic Planning Interview with Ian ChamandyHost: Ted Garrison
Ian Chamandy, partner in Blueprint Business Architecture, argues that contractors need to be more explicit about what they are providing, instead of what they are selling. Unfortunately, too many contractors focus on what they sell, namely construction services; instead of focusing on the value they deliver. Listen to his interview to learn how to position your company as a value provider – not a peddler.
Wednesday, 14 March 2012 00:00
3 Steps to Working on Your Business Interview with Michael GerberHost: Ted Garrison
“Forget about what they say about construction and that it’s not growing and it’s not working, ‘cause I can point you to companies in your market place who are growing even today,” declares the guru of small business Michael Gerber. To learn how to jump start your business, listen to this informative interview with Gerber.
Wednesday, 22 February 2012 00:00
Four Creative Steps to Recovering in This Economy Interview with Brad HollettHost: Ted Garrison
In the middle of construction recession, thing got tough for Accelerated Construction as the primary source of business, the retail industry, dried up. However, it’s CEO, Brad Hollett, didn’t sit back and wait for the good old times to return he took action and created a dynamic new business model that has generated his best year. Listen to this great story which can duplicate.
Wednesday, 02 November 2011 00:00
Sit Back and Stand Up! Strategic Planning for Improving Performance Interview with Randall TurnerHost: Ted Garrison
Randall Turner, the founder of Turner Financial Consultants has practical construction experience as a former construction company CEO. The advice he offers in this programs is practical and creates immediate impact because he knows what works and what doesn’t.
Wednesday, 26 October 2011 00:00
How to Develop an International Strategy for Your Business Interview with Roger HarropHost: Ted Garrison
Roger Harrop, former CEO of an international company and international business expert, says that the biggest mistake company’s make when going international is not having a long-term plan. Going international isn’t something one does just because things are slow at home. Listen to Harrop explain this and other important strategic issues for the international company.