On-line complexity self-rating: Recorded OntoNet™ webinar & presentation

Complexity IS a pretty abstract concept to most people BUT that does not mean that it can be ignored. Nor does it mean that it is, therefore, hugely expensive to deal with.

Unfortunately it does mean that it can be very difficult to get the message across without confusing, boring or intimidating the listener!

In fairness we fully understand that there aren’t too many business people who readily accept that WE can tell THEM much more about the health of their business by analysing the type of financial data that they (or their Accountant) regularly use to measure its performance. But, in truth, that is the very least that we do.

Our focus is not upon WHAT the business has achieved in the last period and to use previous periods (or competitors) the yardstick.

We…and we are sure that MOST business people, given the option…want to know HOW the business has achieved its results. WHERE it is working well, HOW financially robust its structure is and areas that give “cause for concern”.

Enough from me! Please take the time to view the webinar and listen to my colleagues explain in more detail just what it is that we can do to help, even the smallest, companies.

This webinar was about …

As an executive you are always overloaded with information. If there were only 3 things you could keep on the top of your mind at any given point of time, what would they be?

In a marketplace of increasing complexity, how about knowing exactly how sustainable your business is today? We don’t mean “knowing” in a warm, fuzzy sense, but actual, hard numbers that tell you how robust your business is.

Secondly, how about also knowing which factors in your business need immediate attention to ensure/improve the sustainability of your business?

Finally, how about also knowing the complexity of your business, your industry and your competition?

Is YOUR business

Find out  ON-LINE! !cid_part2_01060409_08020107@ontonix



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