As the financial year comes to a close, it’s the perfect time for Australian small businesses to reflect on their performance and set a strong foundation for the year ahead. While your accountant takes care of the necessary financial aspects, taking the initiative to conduct an end-of-year review can provide invaluable insights and help you chart a path to success.
Now is the time for the Government to come up with a BHAG – A big hairy audacious energy goal, take control of the energy debate by making it about our economic future and not just an important social issue. There is an opportunity for Liberals to take control of the debate by leaving the ideological debate to those who wish to fight it and make climate change an economic and business debate.
This afternoon I will be a co-host of the Coalition for Conservations event on “Energy and the Environment” with special guest Matt Kean MP, NSW Minister for Environment and Energy. Our Coalition for Conservation approach is to attempt to remove ideology and personalities out of debates. And to talk about hard issues based on facts and challenging questionable claims.
Does your business have a Business Growth Roadmap? Businesses that have Business Growth Roadmaps or Strategic Business Plans are twice as likely to meet stretch targets. And be successful as those without. So, what’s involved in a Business Growth Roadmap? Aligning business priorities and goals is very important part of business growth roadmap. A robust business growth roadmap helps teams to achieve defined objectives without any difficulties.