Business Fundamentals Never Change… Though Often Ignored.

This is the shortest, most poignant blog I have ever written. A “fundamental” yes or no.

Business fundamentals never change, though often ignored. They are – maximize revenue, minimize expense, optimize profit. They only problem is the majority of your employees don’t know the sales or primary cost objectives for this month. And to de-sensitize them further, they get $15/hour or a $5,000 salary this month whether you achieve them or not. The result… companies leave millions of lost opportunity on the table. Have you?

Employees at all levels most be engaged in the universal pursuit of revenue and expense AND have their compensation linked to achievement every month. One team, one goal, win, lose. It’s that fundamental. Are you?

Optimizing 2015 will require real, emotional, focused, and effective employee engagement. Engagement measured and rewarded on the financial statement, not in a survey. When you do this correctly, millions in incremental opportunity will be realized. Will you?

What is your organization’s incremental opportunity in 2015? We can demonstrate and identify via our Equishare Assessment™. Email us.

Karl Muller

kmuller@Equishare.com

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About Karl F. Muller

Specializing in driving Organizational Performance to new levels. Utilizing a tactical and focused four (4) part strategy to engage all employees in the pursuit and achievement of performance and real financial results. Applicable to manufacturing, service, distribution and corporate services groups. We have worked throughout North America with businesses and facilities ranging from 50 to 5,000 employees, union/non-union. Define... Measure... Pursue... Reward. Celebrating our 30th year. 200 public speaking engagements, 5,500 senior managers trained, 700 organizations assessed. We are serious, tactical, focused. No fancy corporate speak, no blue suits. Just Results. The Muller Group, Inc.
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