Small business in America has been struggling for decades. There are so many unique challenges that face a small business owner on a daily basis, such as financial performance, sales, marketing, human resources, and competition. Read about some hot button issues that small businesses will be directly challenged by in 2017.
The thought of entrepreneurs being a dying breed is a terrifying notion. This country and our economic strength was built on the backs of bold entrepreneurs. It is the American dream to earn a living and make enough money to start a business, then build an empire. But is the ability to become an entrepreneur a dying dream in the United States?
Anyone who is reasonably successful understand that failure is a good thing. The problem is that from time to time, an entrepreneur's failure goes from being a learning experience to an act that truly harms. Check out the list of the top ten worst entrepreneurs of 2016 in an article recently published for Entrepreneur magazine.
Recently, the hospital and five health clinics of the Jacksonville Naval hospital earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for accreditation. The organization demonstrated continuous compliance with the high standards of The Joint Commission, an independent, nonprofit organization.
Since 2014, global oil prices have been falling rapidly. This has forced the oil and gas industry to find new and more efficient ways of doing business. The downturn has created an operational climate in the industry that focuses on the need to apply Lean Six Sigma methodologies to embrace maximum efficiencies.