Critical Thinking, five solutions for growth.

Critical Thinking, Managing Through Chaos

Paul FournierBlog, Company Culture, Management, Paul Fournier Business Articles, White Papers

These are challenging times for industry. Chaos and dysfunction surround us both externally and internally. Now’s the time for leadership, culture management, and strategy. For manufacturers, raw materials, packaging, energy, and equipment costs are still escalating. Internally, management and employees …

Sales Revenue Growth

Sales Revenue Growth, Becoming Customer Centric

Paul FournierCompany Culture, Customers & Clients, Management, management white papers, Paul Fournier Business Articles, Sales

Sales revenue growth is generally top of mind for most management teams. First, it increases shareholder value and financials. Secondly, sales revenue growth allows for reinvestment in people, innovation, and facilities. It’s not accidental or magic. Sustainable and predictable sales …

Employee Perception

Culture Management – What We Don’t Know, Does Hurt Us.

Paul FournierCompany Culture, Management, Paul Fournier Business Articles

Employee Perception – What We Don’t Know, Does Hurt Us. Cultural Change Covid, and its variants, coupled with government responses have challenged management like no other calamity in recent history. And just when we think the business environment is improving, …

Culture Management

Embracing Your Cultural Health

Paul FournierBlog, Company Culture, Management, Paul Fournier Business Articles

“Embracing Your Cultural Health” This article is available for free download on tacticware.com and fournierbooks.com Speaking Professionally At Tacticware, we discuss the most difficult subjects for today’s leaders. We suggest that leadership, company culture, and strategy are the ultimate source …

Sales Revenue Disruptors

Disrupters to Sales Revenue, The Impact of Leadership and Culture Management

Paul FournierBlog, Company Culture, Management, Sales

Welcome to a Tacticware Resource Group educational white paper. Our topics in this white paper include growing sales revenue and customer satisfaction, as well as leadership and culture management! This white paper is available for free download on tacticware.com. Speaking …

Boiled Business (Frog) Syndrome

Paul FournierBlog, Management, management skills, management white papers, Sales

White Paper for Change Management Welcome to a Tacticware Resource Group educational white paper! This white paper is available for free download on Tacticware.com. Speaking Simply At Tacticware, we discuss the most difficult subjects for today’s business management executives. On …

Revolutionize Your Culture

Paul FournierBlog, Company Culture, Management, Sales

Welcome to Tacticware Resource Group! This free white paper is available for download here. Introduction In this white paper, we discuss culture, strategy, and tactics and how each affect customer, employee, and brand perception. Additionally, we discuss assessing company culture …

Shareholder Value, It’s About People

Paul FournierBlog, Company Culture, Customers & Clients, Management, Sales

Shareholder Value, It’s About People A Tacticware Resource Group White Paper In this white paper, we discuss three cultural types often found in business: Price-Based, Production, and Customer-Centric cultures. Each environment affects revenue, client retention, and shareholder value. Additionally, we discuss …

Leadership- Five Qualities for Success

Paul FournierBlog, Management, Sales

Business Management Consultants What is Leadership? Today’s workforce is more diverse, educated, and informed than ever before. They understand the notion of effective leadership. They expect a quality work environment, TEAM, fair accountability and compensation. Merriam-Webster defines leadership “as the …

Company Culture Is Everything

Paul FournierBlog, Company Culture, Management, Sales

Company culture is everything; it’s the foundation of your business. But consider this, company culture is also the source of customer loyalty and purchase orders. Simply stated, cultural challenges often result in stagnation of revenue growth. And it’s just not …