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Capital efficiency, demonstrated by the wheelie bin

Capital efficiency, demonstrated by the wheelie bin

How assets are used can make a significant difference to their economy and value to the business. Training, supervision and morale play a significant part in delivering efficiency, for both the operating and capital accounts within a company.

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Geopolitical Risk and Business Continuity

Geopolitical Risk and Business Continuity

That 34% of our GDP is tied to China as our prime customer, brings serious gravity to the current conditions. If the national economy is one third exposed, how does this translate to some of our mining and energy producers?

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The assess phase of capital investment lifecycle planning

The assess phase of capital investment lifecycle planning

Introduction In the last article, we looked at the difference between OPEX (operating expenditure) and CAPEX (capital expenditure.) The importance of CAPEX planning to the business was discussed and we started considering how the process is applied by considering a...

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Understanding capital planning

Understanding capital planning

Understanding Capital PlanningCapital ConfidenceAcross industries, many people are familiar with the terms OPEX (operating expenditure) and CAPEX (capital expenditure.)  Over the next six posts, we’ll look at the more complex of the two types of business costs and see...

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Separate the urgent from the important

Separate the urgent from the important

Separate the Urgent from the ImportantCapital Confidence“I’m so busy…” Heard that before? Seems everyone nowadays has a life so full of important-ness and busy-ness. Its not real, it’s a comfort. Trouble is, its unhealthy and very ineffective. It is prevalent, when...

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The myth of size (in the professional consulting business)

The myth of size (in the professional consulting business)

The myth of size (in the professional consulting business)Capital ConfidenceA common behaviour of buyers of business services, in certain markets, is “If we buy services from a big firm, we’ll be OK.”  The logic is a larger company has undeniable credibility, superior...

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