Business Psychology – Intro

Geez, if you would have told me back in undergrad that I would have to learn psychology as a part of learning about business, I would’ve said that you were crazy, crazy, crazy. Due to my ignorance at the time, and in moments now when I forget that business is about people, I had the […]

Consulting Business From the Inside – Part Two

Now that we got the foundation set (see Consulting Business from the Inside – Part One), let’s fast forward to 2008… I got myself fired from the bank. Long story short, I thought I knew more than what I knew. I didn’t want to humble myself to new management and presto, I got fired. As […]

Consulting Business from the Inside – Part One

In 2004 when I began my MBA coursework at UTC, the chic business industry to be in was consulting. At the time, I was working at the bank as a commercial banking associate and I had no idea what being a consultant was. Even though I had no idea what being a consultant was, but […]

Income Statement Analysis – Return on Investment

I have to admit, in thinking about writing this post on income statement analysis, I kept thinking about the old Bone Thugs N Harmony song, ‘Look into My Eyes’ (and just for s$%# and giggles, check out the YouTube video below… I couldn’t resist) While in school, I was taught to look and analyze an […]

Productivity and Small Business

Webster’s dictionary defines ‘productivity‘ as the quality or state of being productive. Taking it one step further, productive is defined as yielding result, benefits, or profits. Now for sake of being fair, the definition selected for productive is in the context of business… at least from a Western perspective. Ok, where are we going with […]