4 principles of business automation: how not to make a mistake
The topic of business automation is one of the hottest in recent times. Many experts talk about the capabilities of various tools and how they can improve your company's performance.…

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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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“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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“Caution, an illiterate accountant!”, Or How to save a company from an unqualified specialist

In September, two companies belonging to the same owner took for accounting services. One in the general mode, the second in the simplified tax system “Revenues minus expenses”. I don’t like to take such “crap” companies before the reporting period, but my partners (our clients, part-time) asked for this client very much. Continue reading

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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5 rules on how to help the customer during construction in order to receive contracts in the future
It is no secret that many of the directors of small construction companies that conclude a contract for construction and installation works (performers of all kinds or only some narrow-profile…

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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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“The tail steers a dog”, or Three stories of real business
Svetlana Emelyanova, managing partner of STEP Consulting, shares three stories from business practice that describe the resistance of the company's employees to useful changes and innovations, and explains how to…

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