Strategy and Performance
- Learn to create an effective strategy.
- Discover tools to monitor performance.
- Teach staff to “steer” your business.
- Lower risk with controlled growth.
- Mentor a manager to run operations.
Optimization and Succession
- Standardize processes.
- Encourage continuous improvement.
- Provide training and skill building.
- Mentor leaders.
- Encourage experimentation.
Guilt Free Vacation
- Take breaks for greater success.
- Reduce stress, avoid accidents/illness.
- Model “self care” to staff for culture shift.
- Make family fun time a priority.
- Plan a getaway to gain new perspective.
By John E. Anderson and Jordan Robertson There’s a history of divided views on business planning and strategy. Views range widely. Some entrepreneurs say “Who’s got time to plan?” and “Plans are a waste of time, since things...
Institute of Management Consultants members from Oregon and Washington gathered with guests for Secrets for Conquering a Tight Labor Market, a talk at Antioch University, Seattle last night, September 20th. The evening began with old friends saying hello and meeting...
Institute of Management Consultants
Washington State University Carson College of Business
John Anderson has taught Management Operations 340, a core curriculum course for graduating seniors. Management Operations is required for a bachelor’s in science and business. John has been a mentor at the Carson College of Business – Business Growth Mentor and Analysis Program. He worked with seniors doing pro-bono consulting projects with community businesses and non-profits.
Toastmasters Early Birds Longview, WA
Toastmasters International is a worldwide organization on a mission to help people become better public speakers. John Anderson is a Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM), a high achievement typically taking a number of years to reach. John is past Public Relations Director for Oregon and SW Washington. He is a past president and current member of Early Words in Longview, WA.