Interested in taking your business to the next level? Consider reading Whole Business Thinking by Robert Block.
When it comes to creating success with your home business — or any business — knowledge is a big part of the equation. Learning how to think about business and decision-making can help you improve your chances of success.
One of the resources you can use to improve your knowledge of business is Robert Block's book,?Whole Business Thinking. (You can learn more about the book, and sign up for a free book sample, at www.wholebusinessthinking.com/video.)
Whole Business Thinking – Executive Management
This book is designed to help you become a better decision maker when it comes to your business. It's a great book for executives who want to improve their performances and move to the next level, and it's a great book for the home business owner. An entrepreneur can gain a lot of insight with the help of this book.
Block writes in a manner that is clear and concise, and encourages you to think about things a little differently when it comes to making better decisions. Block takes you step by step through the executive management process, and provides information on how to make better decisions.
His book includes chapters on planning, financial statements, using business metrics, managing strategy, and cash flow management. These are business concepts that any entrepreneur needs to understand in order to take things to the next level. Block breaks it down with good examples, providing easy-to-understand tips for reading and producing financial statements, and for understanding your cash flow.
Whole Business Thinking also tackles the subject of how to report your company's earnings and success. If you are building a business you hope to sell at some point, or you want to attract investors and backers, the chapter on graphs and reports is a great help. You learn how to present your data in the best way so that it conveys your
One of my favorite resources from the book, however, is Section II. This section consists of business terms and performance indicators. All of the jargon is clearly explained, and each term becomes a concept made relevant to your home business. It's a very helpful resource that can help you better understand the book, as well as other business resources you might come across. I recommend reading Section II first, and then going back and reading the entire book, although the second section alone is a great resource.
If you are looking for a solid business resource to help you learn how to make better decisions and become a better manager, Robert Block's?Whole Business Thinking?can take you to the next level with your career or your home business.