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Use our free timetable to help improve your business

WRITTEN BYJames Price | JPAbusiness

Every business is different, but it’s still critical for every business to have discipline and a deliberate focus around the key elements you monitor and manage.

In our free ebook Tips to improve financial and operational performance we examine the top 4 business elements we believe owners and managers should monitor, review and analyse to effectively manage and improve financial and operational performance.

These 4 elements are:

  1. Financial performance – utilising the Profit & Loss or Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statements;
  2. Business health factors – including customers, suppliers, people, delivery, and forward orders and momentum;
  3. External factors – market trends and changes, competitive pressures, advantages and dynamics;
  4. Business value indicators – how are indicators of business value tracking over time, relative to your objectives.

In the ebook we drill down and explore each of these four key elements and how they can assist you in improving your financial and operational performance.

We also provide a free Timetable of financial and operational actions to help you plan and manage those review processes.

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If you would like to improve your business’s financial and operational performance, we’re keen to help you. Feel free to get in touch by calling 02 6360 0360 or 02 9893 1803 for a confidential, obligation-free discussion.

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Free ebook
Tips to improve financial and operational performance

This ebook examines key actions, data and reporting that successful business owners regularly use to positively impact financial and operational performance. We've grouped these actions and related data into 4 key elements of business.

About James Price | JPAbusiness James Price has over 30 years’ experience in providing strategic, commercial and financial advice to Australian and international business clients. James’ blogs provide business advice for aspiring and current small to mid-sized business owners, operators and managers.