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Vadim Kotelnikov

By: Vadim Kotelnikov

Inventor and Founder

Ten3 Business e-Coach

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  Business Development  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

6Ws of Corporate Growth  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

10 Rules for Building a Great Business  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Business BLISS  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Sustainable Growth Strategies  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Sustainable Competitive Advantage   (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Strategies of Market Leaders  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

5 Keys To Building a Great Company  (By: Narayana Murthy)

10 Rules for Building a Successful Business  (By: Sam Walton)

7 Principles for Transforming Your Company (By: Denise Corcoran)

8 Attributes of Corporate Success (By: T. Peters and R. Waterman)

  Winning Organization (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Balanced Organization: 5 Basic Elements  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Corporate Culture  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

The Tao of Employee Empowerment  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Building Team Culture: 10 Action Areas  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Innovation-friendly Organization  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

5 Strategies for Creating a Culture for Innovation  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Transform Your Business Into an Innovative Culture  (By: Ten3 NZ)

Encourage Employees To Try New Things  (By: Tom McConnell)

7 Tips for Eliminating Bureaucracy  (By: Robert Heller)

  Business Processes  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Enterprise-wide Business Process Management  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

8 Principles of Enterprise-wide Approach (By: Andrew Spanyi)

TPS-Lean Six Sigma (By: Hubert Rampersad & Anwar El-Homsi)

Management Function vs. Process Focus  (By: Catalyst Training)

Using Best Practice: The Trotter Scorecard

IT/Business Alignment: The 4 Phases (By: Mary Nugent)

10 Commandments of Improvement   (By: Gemba Research)

Quality Management   (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

14 Point Plan for Total Quality Management   (By: Edward Deming)

Kaizen Mindset  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Lean Production   (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

7 Principles of Toyota Production System   (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

5 Elements of Enabling a Lean Approach (By: J. Womack and D. Jones)

  Innovation  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Systemic Innovation   (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

7 Dimensions of Strategic Innovation   (By: InnovationPoint)

Organizing for Innovation   (By: Derrick Palmer)

Innovation Management Policies for Large Corporations  (By: Bill Gates)

The Jazz of Innovation   (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

  Retaining Customers  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Customers Will Usually Come Back If... (By: Jane Smith)

Customers for Life (By: Brian Tracy)

Building Relationships  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

  Smart Corporate Leader  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Smart Business Architect  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Leadership-Management Synergy  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

4Es and 6 Rules for Successful Leadership  (By: Jack Welch)

Develop a Clear Vision (By: Brian Tracy)

Trend Spotting Tips   (By: IDEO)

The Key To Motivation (By: Brian Tracy)

The Leader Is the Best, When...  (By: Lao Tzu)

Why Balance?

Balance is about how you live your life and manage your business and people.

Finding the right balance in your life and your business will help you refine your goals and hasten you towards them.

The Tree of Business

If your business is in flames, stop what you are doing, quiet your mind and take a bird's-eye view of your business. Drop any misconceptions you may have as to what you should be doing, and then re-balance your business.  As you regain the balance in your business, you will regain control.

Achieving Strategy through Balancing Competing Values

The primary goal of any business is to increase stakeholder value. It is achieved through a dynamic balancing of competing values. In order for a business to maximize economic value, it must balance customer satisfaction and competitive market forces with internal cost and growth consideration.

Sustainable Competitive Advantage

What is Business Systems Approach?

A business is more than finance. Performance measures need to be aligned with the organization's strategy. The Business Systems approach considers business as system of interrelated factors of strategy, owners, investors, management, workers, finance, processes, products, suppliers, customers, and competitors.

6Ws of Corporate Growth

Organizations prosper by achieving strategy that is implemented as a result of continuous decision-making at all levels of the business. Firms implement strategy through balancing the four major factors or perspectives:

  1. Financial perspective

  2. Customer perspective

  3. Internal business process perspective, and

  4. Learning, innovation, and growth perspective.

The four perspectives permit a balance between short-term and long-term objectives, between outcomes desired and the performance drivers of those outcomes, and between hard objective measures and soft subjective measures.

10 Rules for Building a Great Business

Customer Perspective

Customer is defined as anyone who receives that which is produced by the individual or organization that has value. A customer focus, or customer care, as opposed to "customer driven" or "market driven", both internal and external, implies that you don't just respond to what customers say they need and want, but you apply your own body of knowledge acquired from years of experience and study, in addition to your best knowledge of the customer, to deliver a product or service that will exceed customer expectations, achieve delighted customers and lead to customer success.

Customer Success 360

Results-based Leadership

Results-based leadership has relentless emphasis on results in the four areas:

  1. Employee results (employee satisfaction)

  2. Organization results (learning, innovation)

  3. Customer results (delight customers)

  4. Investor results (economic value added).

Smart Executive

The Role of the Business Architect

It takes a smart business architect  to take an innovative business idea into a successful venture and achieve lasting business success.

Business architect is a person who initiates new business ventures or leads business innovation, designs a winning business model, and builds a sustainable balanced business system for a lasting success... More