Jamie Gerdsen, an EO Cincinnati member, isn’t preparing his readers for a zombie apocalypse; rather, in his upcoming book, Zombies Ate My Business: How to Keep Your Traditional Business from Becoming One of the Undead, Gerdsen identifies unproductive employees (zombies) and their effect on company growth and the bottom line. Traditional businesses are especially at risk of plateauing or declining after a time of sustained success.
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Jamie Gerdsen, an EO Cincinnati member and CEO of Apollo Home
Many years ago, I began to question and doubt the performance of one of my senior manager’s performance. It started with little things such as, his missing the odd detail, but it escalated to failing to schedule reviews for three or four months, and not calling back key customers.
By Jamie Gerdsen, an EO Cincinnati member and CEO of Apollo Home
If I had to pick one tool that’s helped me achieve the most success in business, it’s visualization. By visualizing how your industry is changing and what future customers will demand, you can position your company in the best place to satisfy them. Visualization can also help you see how an added service might impact your business, what increased staffing levels might offer, how cost-cutting might impact services, and so on. So how do you use visualization as a tool for business growth?