Apr 26, 2021
I’m sure that almost everyone listening to this is aware of something called The Butterfly Effect.
It comes from the phrase that a butterfly flapping it’s wings can cause a hurricane - that a small incident can bring about a much larger event.
That’s something I want to talk about in this episode of ScaleUp Radio.
I recently delivered a session on The Power Of Small Changes, and the much larger effect that it could have on your business.
So, in this sort presentation, you’ll hear about:
- The benefits of making small changes within your business
- How it works within your 90-Day Business Plan
We also hear from Louise of BizSmart UK who takes a slightly different approach to making small changes within your business, and introduces us to someone called Tim Woods. You’ll have to listen to the episode to find out more.
Finally, we hear from Peter Roper from The Family Business Practise, who takes us through the process of small changes that he’s introduced to his business - and the effect that those changes have had.
Within the presentation too, there are a couple of tools mentioned, which are also available to you, the listeners to ScaleUp Radio. If you would like to receive these tools to help you brainstorm some ideas about making small changes within your business, simply email email@example.com
This is one of the valuable episodes that we’ve ever done. I’m sure you’ll get something out of it.
Louise can be found here:
Peter can be found here:
The LEAN Thinking - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lean_thinking
Verne Harnish - Scaling Up: https://www.waterstones.com/book/scaling-up/harnish-verne/9780986019593
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