Smaller companies have less hierarchy, less infrastructure, and fewer staff, which means every member of the team is closer to the core tasks that drive the business; they are more accountable, and therefore more creative.
Category: Marin Business Forum
As part of his Marin Business Forum presentation, Pete Daffern, CEO of Clairmail, shared the lessons he has learned over the years about how to grow a company.
To maintain rapid growth over the long term, start with the lower rungs on the ladder and assess risks and opportunities, then expand the level of risk as you grow.
as with any business operation, employee development needs to be approached as a structured system, with objectives clearly established at the outset and measurable results along the way. The larger objective is to improve employee results and performance in a way that promotes professional and personal growth, at the same time it enhances the employee-manager relationship.
Accolo CEO Explains How to Turn Your Company into a Hiring Machine at Marin Business Forum Meeting March 22
The highlight of the event will be John Younger, CEO of Accolo, speaking on staffing strategies in a tight economy. The Marin Business Forum event will be help March 22 at 5:00 p.m.
First Meeting of Marin Business Forum Cited as a Rousing Success by County Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs
The first gathering of the Marin Business Forum, held Thursday, September 22 at the Wood Island office complex, has been enthusiastically received by Marin County business owners and entrepreneurs.
Often, as owners we find that we wear too many hats: constantly going from being the owner to sales, to HR and accounting, to web design, etc. The reason for creating the Marin Business Forum is to learn more about how to run our businesses better – from guest speakers and from each other.