The business section discusses topics that are key to the success of your industry. The topics include Human resource management, Business operations management, Strategy, Leadership skills development, Talent management, Performance management, Organizational structure, and culture.
Building Trust: How To Connect With Your Customers? Paid Members Public
Building trust with customers is an important part of any business relationship. There are a number of different factors beyond your control that affect how much your customers trust you, but there are also a number of things you control.
Building Brand Loyalty: How To Connect With Your Customers Paid Members Public
Building brand loyalty is more than just repeat customers. It’s about creating a following that swears by your name, keeps returning to your business and tells their friends, family, and community all about you.
Drop Culture Paid Members Public
Despite the challenges, there are many reasons why a brand would find it worthwhile to utilize a well-executed drop culture. It can help build communities and personal connections with customers while also providing useful marketing data.
Trust, Word of Mouth, and Customer Retention Paid Members Public
Establishing credible trust is not just about giving your customers confidence and security, it also immeasurably helps them increase their loyalty.
Innovation, Entertainment and The Quest for Attention Paid Members Public
The media and entertainment industry is an umbrella industry that contains various forms of creative works, including text, audio, film, music, video games and other forms of live performance. It has evolved from being a passive entity to one that is interactive due to emerging new technologies.
10 Essential Metrics Subscription Businesses Need To Track Paid Members Public
With the subscription-based business model progressively transforming how companies operate, companies operating in the subscription economy must keep track of certain metrics to evaluate and boost their performances.
Integrative Negotiation: The Winner Does Not Take It All! Paid Members Public
Integrative negotiation is a solution-oriented mode of negotiation. It involves a spirit of giving and taking between parties in order to explore all the options, find win-win solutions, and ultimately, arrive at an agreement that is acceptable to all parties involved.
How to Use Poka-Yoke To Avoid Business Mistakes? (With Examples) Paid Members Public
Human error is usually caused by the failure to follow procedures correctly. A poka-yoke approach to quality control identifies mistakes prior to existence and then eliminates them from the start. Poka-yoke is a systematic method of designing processes to reduce the possibility of failure.