The difference between success and staleness in business is often a matter of finding a few key factors and making small changes in the right areas. I have helped clients see these kinds of changes and cut millions from their expenses. Some changes come from the introduction of new technology or the reuse in new ways, but the fundamental process is in building habits of looking at problems with fresh eyes - being able to see as your customer sees - and acting out of service to meet their needs, and fulfilling your goals as well. Clients include small businesses, non-profits, individuals and government agencies. Seminar materials available as included benefit.
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A trained project manager and non-profit leader, Mike Mitchell has saved his clients a couple billion dollars by looking at problems with fresh eyes and identifying creative solutions that often cost little time, money or effort to implement. He has worked to establish and renew multiple church ministries, having taught all ages, led administrative functions and trained disaster response volunteers. His experience includes turning emerging technology into usable products and community needs into active organizations.
Most problems can be solved by making small changes in strategic places. For one technology program, cancelling a parallel repair process saved $800 Million life cycle dollars. For a family, making minor changes in the household budget creates significant savings on a household scale. Communities can be revitalized by applying a few key strategies and churches can be renewed with a few key practices.
-- In my books 'Hope for Struggling Churches' and the companion 'Jump Start Church Growth' I tell the top five areas the visitor sees first and what the poorest church can do to fix them.
-- In 'Doing Ministry During Disaster' I gave the reasons to be ready for the unexpected, and how a church can partner with other agencies to effectively minister on the other side of the police check point - where people are hurting and in need.
-- With Evaluating Technology Readiness I give strategies and methods to choose between development options and decide which path to follow in product development
-- In 'A Vibrant Economy' I describe 40 actions you could do now to create a vibrant local economy.
I am constantly reading and studying, primarily in entrepreneurial activities for small business and non-profits, and can customize a presentation to meet your particular needs.
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