‘FREE’ MBA MAY FIT SMALL BUSINESS NEEDS

By JIM KENDALL This material originally appeared as one of Jim’s Daily Herald columns   You’ve moved past 18th century British poet Alexander Pope’s often misquoted, “A little learning is a dangerous thing” and decided a little more learning – maybe even an MBA ...

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AUTHOR PROVIDES THOUGHT GEMS TO CONSIDER

By JIM KENDALL This material originally appeared as one of Jim’s Daily Herald columns   I don’t know Lee Eisenstaedt that well, but we have broken bread a few times and had several interesting conversations about business and management.  He is founder and CEO, Value Drivers LLC, ...

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OVERTIME, HEALTHCARE ISSUES LIKELY TO BE MESSY

By JIM KENDALL This material originally appeared as one of Jim’s Daily Herald columns   The next few months could get a little messy, thanks to both the coming December 1 effective date for new overtime pay rules from the U.S. Department of Labor and, if you provided healthcare insur...

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TOO MUCH TO DO?

By JIM KENDALL This material originally appeared as one of Jim’s Daily Herald columns   If today is Monday.  Brian Basilico is working on his blog, podcast and other ways to market the services he sells.  Monday is Marketing Monday. Tomorrow is Training Tuesday, when “I coach ...

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OWNER’S THOUGHTS ON CLOSING HIS BUSINESS

  By JIM KENDALL This material originally appeared as one of Jim’s Daily Herald columns   At the end, Paul O’Neill went out on his own terms – closing his Run Today store in Glen Ellyn before the financial hit became too big for the self-funded business. Closing the st...

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