Needless re-admissions are an area of increasing concern in our health care industry.
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If you manage an athletic league, you know all about competition when it comes to sports. But you probably also know how competitive it can be to get some attention from the media and even from your community. In today’s increasingly competitive and fast-paced world, attracting the kind of attention you need to build your team is more than a little challenging. The key to increasing awareness is to think like a company and create a memorable brand image that makes promotion, training and orientation a snap.
According to the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC), the top 50 property management companies in the U.S. oversee anywhere from about 30,000 to nearly 200,000 units each year. That’s a lot of data to keep track of, and unless you have a few organizational tricks up your sleeve, you can wind up wasting a lot of resources.
From 1992 to 2010, the number of new products introduced each year in the U.S. grew from about 15,000 to more than 45,000, according to data from the USDA’s Economic Research Service. Since then, the number has continued to rise, which means it’s becoming increasingly difficult to attract new customers and develop a loyal customer base.
As an investment firm, you’re selling a service – one that’s important for investors with both small and large sums to invest. And you probably are well aware that your firm is not alone; in fact, the world of professional investing can be extremely competitive. Thousands of firms of all sizes are vying for the business of the same customers you hope to attract. And that means you need to be able to demonstrate, in a way that’s meaningful and memorable, why your firm is the best choice. You need a compelling way to define your brand.
No one is born knowing how to organize. Sure, it may seem like some people are just “naturally” more organized than others, but organization is a learned behavior, and the sooner it’s learned, the more deeply ingrained and useful the skill will be. That’s why so many education and youth programs are turning to accordion folders to help students – and parents – stay more organized and productive.
When you're in the business of saving lives, healing and humanity are at the heart of all you do. Yet, something as far afield as cold, hard numbers—trends. benchmarks, percentages, statistics—play a surprising, and increasingly significant, role in success.
Ryan sat still for a few moments after everyone else had left the meeting, happy for a bit of solitude after such intense discussion all morning. He snapped his laptop shut, still trying to absorb some of the statistics he'd made note of:
Outreach is one of the single most important ventures your business enters into. It's true whether you're putting together a portfolio of your firm's best work, looking to recruit your next corporate officer, or providing vital documents a client must retain. The way your information is presented makes a lot of difference in how it's received.
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