In the course of our work with a wide variety of clients on many different projects, we inevitably learn a lot about good and bad management, and what makes the difference. We also get valuable input from other sources.
We believe it is an important principle to share that knowledge and information with our clients, associates, and Website visitors.
In seeking guidance to the art of good management, it is reassuring to know that the winning formula goes back at least 250 years to America’s Benjamin Franklin(1706 – 1790). Best known as a statesman and scientist, Franklin was also a printer by trade and a very successful entrepreneur. His approach has been documented in Blaine McCormick’s book, “Ben Franklin’s 12 Rules of Management”
Our own thoughts on management issues and entrepreneurship are presented in Blog articles and our newsletter at:
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