The “Sell-Do” trap describes businesses where the owners are responsible for both selling and delivering the work (they “sell” the work, then “do” the work).
We sat down with the team at Blue Star Donuts to discuss some of the lessons learned in their years of growth, against the backdrop of our inside-out process.
Close your eyes and imagine your closet. Take in the colors, the fabrics, the shapes of the clothing – their cost, the memories associated with them, how long they’ve been on their hangers. Now narrow your focus to only the clothes you’ve worn in recent memory – outfits that have been pulled out, shown off, […]
Here is your list of official business resolutions for the New Year, along with some helpful resources from the Kinesis blog.
Looking for reading material (or any inspiring resources to jump-start your business strategy) this holiday weekend? check out our Thanksgiving Reading List!
From the economy to customer behavior, many variables could impact your business’ viability in the future. Learn how to look around the corner to what’s ahead.
Kinesis CEO Shawn Busse joined the Human Resources for Small Business podcast to discuss how small businesses can find their purpose and foster company culture.
When it comes to Mergers and Acquisitions, one major contributor to the valuation process often gets overlooked: company culture.
In 2012, Twinkie fans taught us an important lesson about marketing: When it comes to company valuation, customer loyalty is king.
It can be difficult to define a marketing budget, but it helps to look at how peers are allocating resources. We decided to start with ourselves.