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Cost Effectiveness in Business

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To reach success, any business needs to make more money than it spends. This is done by maximizing income and by minimizing output. Methods of cost effectiveness help business managers to meet the needs of their businesses at the lowest possible cost. The challenge is to acquire superior materials, staff and facilities without spending so much that profit margins are affected.

Carrying Costs

A certain level of carrying costs are unavoidable as part of supplying a business with the resources that it needs to thrive. Cost effectiveness is not about depriving a business of its needs but about cutting waste and using every dollar to maximum advantage. Carrying costs that cover things such as insurance, utilities, mortgage or rent and loan payments should be managed efficiently. For example, a business that is housed in an expensive, centrally located facility, but that doesn’t rely on its location for its success, may consider moving to a less central and much cheaper location to save money.


The blanket advertising with which most people are familiar, for example TV ads and billboards for major fast-food chains, is only cost effective for the most general of consumer goods. Most businesses can save a lot of advertising costs by carefully targeting their business promotions to reach only those markets that have an interest in their services or products. Advertising in a prominent trade journal may cost far less than placing the same ad in a magazine designed for a general readership but may reach just as much if not more of your target audience.

Avoiding Waste

Through poor organization and misdirected momentum, many businesses flush a part of their profit margin down the drain every day. Decrease the waste in your business, become more environmentally friendly and increase your profit margins by insulating drafty buildings, keeping vehicle fleets well tuned and replacing wasteful light bulbs, machines and appliances with newer and more efficient alternatives. Many efficiency measures require an initial financial investment but are repaid over time through reduced energy costs.

Staff Efficiency

A business that is carrying a lot of dead wood on its staff will notice an effect on its bottom line. Maintaining an efficient, motivated staff that consists only of necessary personnel helps to keep a business efficient and profitable. In difficult economic times, layoffs may become necessary, although this should be a last resort because of the negative effect it has on staff morale. Involving employees in the business through profit sharing and other motivating programs can increase company efficiency by inspiring employees to work effectively.

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Marketing Skill

Over the last few years, we’ve spent tens of thousands of hours working with hundreds of different marketers.

                           Over the last few years, we’ve spent tens of thousands of hours working with hundreds of different marketers. When you spend this much time with people in a certain role, one of the more interesting things you can do is try to determine the skills that make someone successful in that role. This is particularly interesting for the field of marketing simply because marketing has changed so much in the last decade. While successful marketers can exhibit a wide variety of traits, we’ve identified 11 marketing skills that really stand out today.


Marketers who are capable of driving revenue tend to thrive in their careers. That’s because most CEOs believe that marketers are detached from corporate business objectives. A recent survey by the Fournaise Marketing Group highlights this problem – 78% of CEOs think marketing isn’t focused on generating topline revenue growth. And 80% of CEOs believe marketers are disconnected from short and long-term financial objectives. Marketers who can tie their efforts to improving revenue thrive in an environment like this.


The success of a marketing organization depends on its ability to understand its target market. The marketer who can understand and effectively articulate what customers and competitors are doing has a foundational marketing skill. Becoming the voice of the customer is particularly valuable to a business. Marketers who can collect both quantitative and qualitative data about customers and present that data to executives in a strategic manner are very valuable. One other point – this isn’t just about gathering data via surveys. Direct conversations with customers are critical to this effort and usually more valuable than survey data.


Today’s most successful marketers create remarkable experiences for customers. Thanks to the internet, there are now many more points of interaction between a customer and brand today. These interactions are growing richer and richer and it’s marketing’s job to create and manage these experiences. Marketers who can create experiences that truly resonate with customers are rare, but those that can deliver business results that far exceed the norm.

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A big part of creating a remarkable customer experience is telling a good story. It’s harder than ever to get a customer’s attention. That’s why marketers such as Seth Godin believe that storytelling is critical to successful marketing. Marketers must be good storytellers for the simple reason that customers identify with compelling stories more than anything else. Most successful marketing campaigns tell a story that customers identify with on an emotional level. Marketers who can tell great stories to customers via a variety of marketing campaigns are indispensable in a world where attracting a customer’s attention can be challenging.


Many marketers make decisions based on their gut instincts, but with the wealth of data available to them, this doesn’t need to be the case. Good marketers are continuously testing things like new marketing campaigns, ad copy, and pricing to turn data into business results. Fortunately, a number of tools, such as online advertising platforms and SaaS tools, are now available, making testing easier than ever. For example, simple A/B tests will help you test the effectiveness of relative offers, copy, and designs.


Marketing is changing at a rapid pace thanks to dynamics like the internet and the changing customer behavior. That means that marketers have to learn faster than ever. Something as simple as learning has become an essential marketing skill. Fortunately, there’s a wealth of information available online that can help marketers learn about new marketing trends. Many of the world’s best marketers are actively blogging and tweeting the latest data and information. LinkedIn is another powerful tool for acquiring marketing knowledge . Examples of topics to learn about now include social media, content marketing, big data, and mobile marketing. My co-founder, Craig Rosenberg, puts the importance of continuous learning this way, “Self-educate as much as you can. The marketing you learn in school or in books is much different than how marketing actually works. You should read blogs, white papers, attend webinars, go to online and offline training… Even CMO’s spend a lot of time self-educating on marketing. You can never know enough.”


Marketers now have access to a tremendous amount of data. As a result, companies are able to understand their customers much better than before. Marketers who learn how to collect and analyze customer data in an effort to make better decisions will be in extremely high demand for decades to come. Whether this data is used to simply understand the market or to create and optimize more effective marketing campaigns, most employers are looking for people who are adept at using data. A background in statistics, deep knowledge of excel, and an understanding of analytics tools are useful skills in this area. And don’t forget that some of the valuable customer data comes in the form of one-on-one conversations with customers.


Gartner predicts that by 2017 marketing will spend more on technology than the information technology group itself. That means that marketers who are proficient with common marketing applications and systems will thrive. This doesn’t mean that you have to be an engineer to succeed, but you do need to be able to use many of these applications as a business user. Commonly used marketing technologies include CRM, marketing automation, email marketing, marketing analytics, and a plethora of emerging, online marketing technologies.


Successful marketers use schedules and project plans to ensure that they complete their work in a timely fashion. Most of the work in a marketing organization is deadline-driven. For example, marketing campaigns have launch dates that everyone working on the campaign focuses on. Good marketers work backwards from the launch date and develop a schedule that governs the work they do. They also treat those launch dates like scripture, doing everything they can to make sure they launch on time.


Many marketers underestimate the importance of writing, but copywriting is one of the most important skills that a marketer can have. It’s the foundation of almost every marketing campaign. From ad copy, to emails, to landing pages, copywriting is a relatively basic skill that can have an outsized impact on conversion rates. It also happens to be the foundation of the enormous amount of internal communication that marketers must manage inside of their company.


Finally, marketing has evolved into a field where marketers must deliver results. Whether it’s a lift in brand awareness, generating a certain number of qualified leads, or delivering revenue, marketing is now on the hook to perform. Successful marketers focus on delivering results that share three characteristics. First, the results they deliver can be easily identified and understood by the business. Second, they deliver results that have an impact on the business, usually on the revenue side of things. Third, they deliver these results on a monthly basis.

Business Analysis

We are able to apply sound business analysis techniques to a situation can make you an attractive applicant for jobs in many different companies and industries.

The ability to apply sound business analysis techniques to a situation can make you an attractive applicant for jobs in many different companies and industries. In today’s rapidly changing business climate, companies that can identify and adapt to new opportunities may find easier success than companies who are stuck in neutral. Whether you’re looking to change career fields or advance within your current company, acquiring business analysis techniques and credentials can open up a wealth of opportunities.

Our Common Business Analysis Techniques

In order to devise a workable solution to the many challenges businesses may face, there are several important business analysis techniques that professionals employ. These include:

  • MOST (Mission, Objectives, Strategies and Tactics) – Identifying these elements allows business analysts to conduct a thorough internal analysis of what an organization is aiming to accomplish and how to address each issue.
  • PESTLE (Political, Economic, Sociological, Technological, Legal and Environmental) – This model is used by business analysts to evaluate various external factors that may impact their company and determine how to address them.
  • SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) – This business analysis technique is used to identify areas of both strength and weakness within a corporate structure and translate them into opportunities and threats, which can help in determining the proper allocation of resources.
  • MoSCoW (Must or Should, Could or Would) – This process allows for the prioritization of requirements by presenting a framework in which each individual requirement can be evaluated relative to the others. Is it a must-have? Something the project should have? Something that could improve the deliverable? Or something that would be a good future addition?
  • CATWOE (Customers, Actors, Transformation Process, World View, Owner and Environmental Constraints) – This business analysis technique identifies the main parties and processes that may be affected by any action the business undertakes. This makes it possible for business analysts to thoroughly evaluate the impact of any proposed action under consideration.
  • The 5 Whys – A mainstay of  business analysis techniques, this series of leading questions helps business analysts single out the root cause of a problem by asking why a situation exists, then subjecting the answer to another “why?”, and so on.
  • Six Thinking Hats – This process is used to direct a group’s line of thinking during a brainstorming session by considering alternate perspectives and ideas. The ‘six hats’ in this technique are categorized as White (logical, data-driven thinking), Red (emotion-based reactions), Black (adverse thinking, focused on cons), Yellow (positive thinking, focused on pros), Green (creative thinking) and Blue (big-picture overview).


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