“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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Employees-IP: how to avoid problems with the tax
A business cannot exist only at the expense of its creator and ideological inspirer: the involvement of professionals from the outside is inevitable. But paying the employee a "white" salary,…

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From hopelessness to "vomiting", or How to assess the level of service impeccability
The sphere of hospitality and leisure, an elite restaurant business and traditional catering is a market that, apparently, has always been, is and will be. At the same time, some…

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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 insanity is a protracted hangover. But this is not entirely correct, there is still a difference: insanity, no matter how strange it may sound, the process is controlled. It is not normal from the point of view of reality, but inside the company, slowly plunging into madness, everything looks very harmonious. The company controls the direction of movement. Continue reading

Valuable resource: how to protect the customer base from rat employees
Unfortunately, the practice of moving the base is quite common. Entrepreneurs are faced with such a problem all the time, and this has led to the following stereotypes being strengthened…

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Voice shopping: what business needs to know to be trendy
Voice shopping and related devices (mainly smart speakers) have quickly become popular since Amazon first launched its Echo smartphone in 2014, topping Amazon's bestseller list on Christmas Day. According to…

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How we built a turquoise company: Alexey Denisov's experience - OLS
We, the OLS company, are a turquoise organization. How do we understand this? As well as all really working “turquoise” organizations - having read Frederic Lalu’s book “Discovering the Organizations…

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“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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