Human Energy is the most important factor that drives business success in the future of work. Successfully moving into the future of work and business, will be dependent on our ability to manage the people we choose to join us on the journey. Read this article to learn 4 steps to ensure that Human Energy drives success in your business.

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A business can have everything – tables, chairs, computer equipment, impressive buildings (or top-notch work-from-home platforms these days!), boardrooms and customers. However, if you don’t have motivated and energized people running the business, you don’t have a strong business.
Read more about the importance of people energy in business.

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Are you investing your cash flow for growth, or are you funding waste?  In this article, you will learn how to measure if you are investing cash to grow your business, or merely funding wasteful activities. In fact, tolerating poor business practices is a decision that is funded by your cash flow.

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Business owners and leaders often don’t understand cash flow, let alone manage it. The numbers can be so complicated that they almost serve no value to the business owner to run the business. Read this article to understand why it’s important to understand cash flow.   

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CoLAB is proud to launch a brand new, packaged solution, to help you to make your business more successful!
“We know that the success of your business is important to you, and at CoLAB, we partner with organizations that are serious about growing their performance and their bottom-line”, says Barend Cronjé, CEO of CoLAB.

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Not only are checklists useful in daily life, but checklists are also extremely helpful in business. Once you’ve identified and mapped the processes in your organization, you can bring them to life through checklists. Checklists are valuable for key parts of the 4 to 9 processes that drive the business, and help ensure that the right things happen.

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Have you ever had a key person leave, and no one really knew all the work they do and how they will survive without them? Or are you experiencing “floating leaders” or “floating work”? The good news is, what feels like a major issue, is really just misaligned expectations that can be cleared up pretty quickly.

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Simply stated, a Lean business is a business that maximizes value while minimizing waste. A Lean business model focuses on improving processes across the value stream to eliminate waste and deliver optimized value to the customer. Read this article to understand the basics of the Lean methodology.

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When a business gets above 50 employees, the organizational structure should be designed to align teams around projects, product groups, industry segments, and geographical regions. This is the start of what is commonly called a matrix organizational structure.

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