sarbanes oxley

Why Is Inventory Accuracy Foundational to Success?

Inventory accuracy is foundational to success. Most clients aren't concerned about inventory, and they shouldn't be if they can count on what their system says.

Lessons Learned from a Genius Businessman

Harry used uncommon common sense to spot opportunities to turn around companies. His wisdom, integrity and generosity will be missed. My best friend's dad was as close to a business genius as I've stood. He made his employers rich beyond their wildest dreams yet he was happy with this [...]

Why Build Your Appetite For Risk?

There are more and more stories in the news related to managing and mitigating risk. As companies go out of business, struggle to attain Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, etc, doesn't it seem a bit radical to recommend building an appetite for risk? Not if you build your appetite for risk, backed [...]

2023-09-19T05:40:36-07:00May 2, 2013|Categories: Leadership & Skills Development|Tags: , |

Finance… bean-counters or value added resources?

The global business community is becoming more and more competitive. In order to survive, you no longer have to be one of the best "on your block" or one of the best in the USA; instead, you must be one of the best in the world. It is becoming [...]

2023-09-19T05:38:27-07:00April 25, 2013|Categories: Business & the Economy|Tags: , |

Sarbanes Oxley

Meant to protect investors and increase transparency in corporate accounting, implementing the Sarbanes Oxley Act takes some organizational introspection. The 2002 Sarbanes Oxley legislation (new, enhanced standards for all U.S. public companies) was established in response to high-profile financial scandals (Enron etc) in order to protect shareholders and the [...]

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