Jun 20, 2022
On this week’s episode of ScaleUp Radio we have a great presentation and discussion, all centred around Business Rhythms.
First of all, you’ll hear from Granger Forson explaining a little more about Business Rhythms; what they are, how we should approach them and the benefit that implementing them can bring to your business.
Arguably, the Business Rhythm, alongside the 90 Day Planning that you will have heard us talk about before, is the most important part of running your business. Essentially, a Business Rhythm is a structure of daily, weekly and monthly meetings carefully put together to ensure that you bridge the gap between strategy and execution consistently well – ensuring that you do the right things and that they are done well.
Of course, most of you may already have a rhythm of sorts within your business – but we find that most rhythms are focused on the day to day and miss some really important aspects. We cover some of those and others, including:
- What you need to do to get the rhythm right. Maybe the rhythm you’ve already got isn’t the right one for your business?
- Why you should still create a rhythm, even if you’re a solo business owner.
- How casual encounters can ruin a good Business Rhythm
Of course, as always, there is so much more in the episode.
Also you’ll hear a panel discussion where a group of business owners talk about their Business Rhythm; how they incorporate and maintain their own rhythm - and how you should go about creating and maintaining your own. A full list of the business owners featured in the panel discussion will be in the show notes.
Matthew Parsons of Surftech IT
Matt Busby of The Name Label Company
Stuart Avis of Audacious Creative
Lisa Chambers of KMB Telemarketing
Paul Rhodes of Green Gorilla Apps
Graeme Thurman of Citizen Communications
Faith Guest of Tools of the Trade
Nigel Busby of InControl Marketing
Jenny Powell of JDP Procurement
David Lynes of Unique IQ
Steve Bradstock of First Base IT Solutions
David Lincoln Lewis of Industrial Switchgear
Hannah Haffield of Make More Noise PR