What Drives a Business
A Business can be referred to as an economic activity or an organization where services and goods are exchanged for one another or money. For any economic activity to make gains there’s need to invest in it. Businesses are of diverse nature and origin for we have state-owned companies, privately owned businesses, and multinational businesses.
One of the questions that pop up in the minds of most adults and children is “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Among the most successful business executive in this century is Greg Lindberg; he has several companies in his name. Greg Lindberg is hailed for starting and growing a magazine company that grew by leaps and bounds under his auspices. The entrepreneurial journey of Greg Lindberg is long but full of success. Throughout his hustles, he gained new experiences and learned new skills. One of the most important lessons he learned throughout that shaped him to be a CEO was he learned to listen Their investment size ranges from $1 to $20 million for healthcare & financial sectors, $1 to $40 million for industries & services, marketing & sales and less than $200 million for insurance (revenues under $100 million). As a CEO himself, Greg Lindberg knows that it can be difficult to define what a CEO does.
To excel in chief executive post one has to be good at all the aspects of the whole job or organization. A business organization is usually headed by a chief executive officer. The chief executive officer is usually charged with the role of carrying out a strategic plan. The board of directors is the one charged with the role of supervising the chief executive officer in his role of implementing the strategic plan. In the case of an agency the Chief executive officer is supposed to report to the governor or the president. If the CEO is also the founder and owner of the company, there may not be a reporting body at all. Whether the CEO reports to a Board of Directors or not, his or her job will be to subdivided and directed to other executive leaders.
He or she may participate in civic and professional association events representing the organization, and he or she may also engage with the media to respond to organizational and industry news. People who did not attend university or college and who went straight into job market, and a found one they love, they are the lucky ones. To find a job that one loves it’s important that they follow their passion.