Business Model Strategy
Gain insight on products and services, business channels, value propositions, and target markets.
Our episode recaps are some of our personal favorites, and this episode’s questions are pretty scandalous! Topics include team member incentives, drug abuse in the workplace, tattoos, moving out of state, and the list goes on.
What better way to celebrate International Podcast Day than trying new foods and making a game out of it? The clock is counting down.
Rejection is one of the most common fears we face on a daily basis – but do we even know why that is? This week, Jeff Kahler cracks open the word “no” and unpacks why the word is so terrifying to hear AND say.
E-commerce, though relatively new, has become a multibillion-dollar industry that is extremely convenient for consumers. This week, Jeff Kahler discusses the most important aspects of a successful e-commerce business model strategy.
Your business model is your company’s core strategy for profitable business. In this week’s episode, Jeff Kahler looks at this concept from a perspective that might surprise you.
Innovation must be at the forefront of your business model strategy, but evolution shouldn’t be far behind. This week, Jeff Kahler discusses how to encourage innovation in your organization.
Studies show nearly 85% of college graduates with an autism spectrum disorder are unemployed. This week, Jeff Kahler asks: “Who?” “What?” and “How to do you bring these diverse assets to your team?”
Earning customer loyalty begins before the customer even arrives at your business.
Casting a wide net seems like a great way to generate cash flow, but that’s not always true. Niching down is a skill that pays large dividends if done correctly, but what does “niching down” mean?
Season 2 is drawing to a close, and we have been collecting your listener emails for another question and answer session with Jeff Kahler!
What does your decision-making process look like? There are logical steps to making wise decisions – but occasionally things still don’t work out. How can you feel confident about your business decisions?
Internal conflict is the most common type of conflict in our lives. What can you do when the heart and brain are fighting one another?
This week, Jeff Kahler interviews Joe Rovinsky and Thom Greco, to explore CovidSafe™, the certification behind reopening.
In-house solution sales guru Mike Fish joins us today, exploring the three components of what Jeff Kahler believes are the foundation of successful solution sales.
Culture of Convenience has officially launched ten episodes! This episode, Jeff Kahler addresses questions and comments submitted by you–our listeners.
Sure, core values sound like a given when creating your business standards but did you know there are serious dangers to stating them?
What does pizza have to do with software? What’s non-negotiable when you’re aiming for success? Is profit always the biggest focus or can you tweak your mindset to get the results you’re really looking for in your company?