Good Advice for Bad Times
Shel Perkins recently published the article "Good Advice for Bad Times" as part of AIGA's Center for Practice Management. In it, he walks through six strategies to help you cope with our slow economy:
1. Get back to basics
2. Pump up new business development
3. Cut labor costs
4. Cut other costs
5. Manage cash
"Easier said than done," you may think, but Shel gives you lots of practical specifics.
To read the full article, go to "Good Advice for Bad Times."