“They will be pulled ashore and stunned with a stick”, or How to conclude a contract on your terms
One day, during a training on negotiations, a woman came up to me and asked: “We make cakes. Recently concluded a contract with the network. They stayed at a discount…

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“Happiness struck the head”, or What if you succeed and now the company is in crisis?
Last week, in the first part of this conversation, I said that a hangover and insanity are practically no different. Outwardly, they are very similar. It may even seem that…

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Management in the student construction team, or Freedom as a conscious need
It was in the last century. Next summer, a student construction team (MTR) was created at the institute, and our hero was appointed commander. This movement originated in the mid-1950s…

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What is a system in business?

The system in business provides order, correct and quick execution of work. It is no secret that business is, first and foremost, people. So, to build a system, you need to manage people who perform tasks, and make sure that they do the work sequentially and give a stable result. But man is not a machine. How can one systematize its activities? Continue reading

“Gold is for fools,” or Why business is not a sport, and the winner does not get everything
Within the framework of these columns, we talked a lot about how the companies are structured and their weaknesses. They talked a lot and in detail about how to diagnose…

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How to manage expenses that are not budgeted
Unforeseen expenses need to be foreseen. Behind this seemingly absurd phrase lies an unfortunate truth: expenses not provided for by the budget are inevitable for any company. Force majeure, unexpected…

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How not to fall under tax suspicion: dangerous schemes and mistakes of entrepreneurs
It is important to note that schemes differ from errors in the awareness of the commission, and therefore the consequences. Let's start with the mistakes that managers face due to…

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“Happiness struck the head”, or What if you succeed and now the company is in crisis?
Last week, in the first part of this conversation, I said that a hangover and insanity are practically no different. Outwardly, they are very similar. It may even seem that…

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