Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Record-Breaking 2 Hour House Event Triggers New National Business Performance Practices

DALLAS, May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Starting a business in today's economy is challenging. Eighty percent of entrepreneurial efforts fail within the first five years, proof that building a business rather than starting one is the true test of a successful entrepreneur. Six Sigma and Malcolm Baldrige programs provided a peek into performance improvement processes adopted by Fortune 1000 type firms. However, 98% of the companies in America are smaller and have yet to embrace the effective but cumbersome (and often cost-prohibitive) services delivered by these two business performance improvement models.
Today, entrepreneurs have an alternative performance enhancement program they can afford, they can understand, and they can easily apply: the 2 Hour House Business Performance Blueprint (BPB), It delivers a simple, tested approach for building a company by uniting meaning to mission, people to purpose and action to impact, to drive innovation, excellence and speed.

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