Gary Holt Blog

Business Growth and the Mindset of the Entrepreneur

Posted by Andrea Hewett on Thu, Feb, 26, 2015 @ 15:02 PM

The Entrepreneur’s Point of View

What or who is an entrepreneur? defines it as - “a person who organizes and manages any enterprise, usually with considerable initiative and risk.”

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Topics: innovation and integration, marketing strategy, business growth rate, business growth, diversification, business strategy, Proprietary Systemic Differentiation, business success, new product development, competitive strategy, Entrepreneur, market share, preferentially differentiates, market expansion, business systems, innovation, earnings growth rate, increase market share, new products, expand your market

Break on through to the Other Side of Productivity

Posted by Andrea Hewett on Mon, Dec, 08, 2014 @ 16:12 PM

Break-through Improvement

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Topics: customer service, business strategy, process development, michigan consultant, improve efficiency, customer complaints, Proprietary Systemic Differentiation, buyer persona, business success, buyer personas, successful strategies, business systems, Process Mapping,, customer issues

What Cartoons Teach Us about Process Improvement

Posted by Andrea Hewett on Mon, Sep, 08, 2014 @ 13:09 PM

Walt Disney once said, “Do what you do so well that they will want to see it again and bring their friends.”

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Topics: business strategy, process development, strategies, Efficiency, michigan consultant, improve efficiency, Michigan, Proprietary Systemic Differentiation, increasing sales, business success, workflows, increase profits, Efficiency Improvements, successful strategies, business systems, more sales, Process Mapping, increase sales, system failure

Proprietary Systemic Differentiation

Posted by Rich Droste on Fri, Feb, 14, 2014 @ 12:02 PM


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Topics: Proprietary Systemic Differentiation, profit growth, Entrepreneur, preferentially differentiates, concentration, innovation, orchestration