Government

Government

Management by Statistics

Although I’ve delivered hundreds of management seminars through Sterling’s1 30+year history, I am always amazed that no matter what the theme of my seminar, I invariably end up answering questions about managing staff. Managing personnel can be, by far, the most...

Organizing for Expansion

I’m now into my 4th decade as a Hubbard Management Consultant. Over the years I’ve analyzed over 1,000 businesses to pinpoint areas that could be improved organizationally. While there is a great deal of technology on how to do this, there are vital fundamentals to...

From Worst To First: How the Red Sox Won the 2013 World Series

Editor”s note: As this article is written with very American references, and as our readership is international, a glossary of terms has been provided at the end of this article. Defined terms are indicated by (*). _______________________ Full disclosure: I am a...

Cut Costs Or Increase Sales?

This question faces every business from time to time, and the balance between the two can make or break the business. When I was a manager at Myer—a department store chain here in Australia—it seemed that every Christmas we would come into the peak period of the year...

Concerning National Elections

We here at Prosperity are nonpolitical. In fact, our policy is to avoid political involvements like they were deer ticks. (For those of you that don’t know, deer ticks are the infamous purveyor of the bacteria responsible for Lyme disease. Some of the symptoms of Lyme...