To stay in business when revenues are low, debts are high, and cash flow is dwindling. You'll need to cut costs, innovate, and delegate -- and do it quickly. Here are some tips to help small business owners whether tough times.
Surviving Tough Times in a Service Business
Avoid problems, outlast your competitors, and pick the right places to make cutbacks.
Making Money in Retail or Manufacturing During Tough Times
Here's how you can work with your numbers.
How to Save a Restaurant That's Not Making a Profit
Maximize your chances of survival in a saturated restaurant industry.
Act Fast to Shore Up a Financially Struggling Business
Survival comes down to how quickly you reverse losses.
Using Customer Feedback to Reinvent Your Business
Learn more about what Peter Drucker details in Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Innovate to Compete and Keep Your Business Alive
Learn more about the three ways to innovate your small business.
Business Innovation Through Imitation
Benchmark good business practices.
Innovating by Exploiting or Starting New Trends
Stay on top of trends that lead to profit.
Work Less and Make More: How to Delegate
How to stay away from micro-managing.