How to Achieve Perfect Balance Between Sales and Operation?

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When you begin your small business, it can be very easy to be carried away with one area of the business only to let other areas fall by the wayside. Unfortunately, this can be detrimental to your company.

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How to Achieve Perfect Balance Between Sales and Operation?

  1. 1. How to Achieve Perfect Balance Between Sales and Operation? Melissa Evans -VP of Motivating The Masses-@masterbizcoach
  2. 2. When you begin your small business, it can be very easy tobe carried away with one area of the business only to letother areas fall by the wayside. Unfortunately, this can bedetrimental to your company. In fact, neglecting one side ofthe business can lead to the companys downfall veryquickly.@masterbizcoach
  3. 3. Although there are a few different aspects of a smallbusiness that are important, there are two that are vital:sales and operations. These two areas are the main aspectsof your business, and you cannot have one without theother. In fact, the two go hand in hand.@masterbizcoach
  4. 4. Consider this, without sales, there is no need foroperations, since you have no reason to produce or supplyanything. Vice versa, without operations, you will have nosales. You will not be able to complete any current sales, andyou certainly will not acquire any new ones. The key torunning the successful small business is to find the perfectbalance between sales and operations.@masterbizcoach
  5. 5. In order to find the right balance, you must understand howto handle each of the two aspects. By managing the twocorrectly, they will balance themselves naturally.Operations is the core of the working area of your company.If you produce a product, then operations involve everythingfrom purchasing to production to completion. Operationswill be the back office and the manufacturing areas. If yousupply a service, then operations is much the same: thesuppliers, the providers, the accountants, and the humanresources.@masterbizcoach
  6. 6. In order to effectively manage your operations, you will needto realize that you cannot follow either extreme. Forexample, an owner who micromanages will only hinderoperations by questioning every little move that anemployee makes. Alternatively, a lax owner could allowoperations to falter by not keeping an eye on the efficiencyof the work and the quality of the products or services.@masterbizcoach
  7. 7. Sales also have to be carefully considered. As the owner, youwill have to find the right combination of cost and profit.While, of course, you want your business to beprofitable, you must offer prices that are feasible in order toattract and maintain customers.Sales and operations obviously go hand in hand. Withoutone, the other is not functional. By correctly managing eachof the two aspects, you will be able to provide a balancebetween the two. The balance is the most important key torunning a good business.@masterbizcoach
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