Meeting Archive:
Making Smart, Ethical Business Decisions

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Meeting Description:
We often read of businesses that fail due to bad decisions, sometimes related to unethical choices. Even the most ethical business owner can make what seems to be a small mistake, but it ends up destroying a company.
During this session, Ed Perry will explain causes of bad decision-making and arm you with a simple-to-use framework to help you make smart decisions. 
You will learn:
  • Why staying within the law is not enough to ensure your company’s success.
  • How entrepreneurial business leadership drives decision-making practices, that left unchecked can create problems.
  • How to change your decision-making to serve you and your business better.
  • How to teach your employees to make the right decisions on your behalf.
Date: Thu, Oct 12, 2017
Time: 01:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): SCORE LIVE Webinars
 Presenter Information
Ed Perry
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Ed Perry is a partner in Business Remodeling Services, LLC (BRS), a consulting firm led by successful CxOs that fosters successful business growth through the right people, processes, and systems. BRS works with companies that have high growth potential, offer product(s) or services that are important to the world, and are led by high-integrity management teams.
Ed has been founding president and CEO of several companies that have grown to valuations of $100M to $1B with worldwide offices. He has built companies in oil and gas, software, electronics, and management consulting services. 
Ed has been an executive in Apple Computer, McDermott, and British Petroleum. He teaches Entrepreneurship and Leadership in the Acton School of Business and in companies and government entities worldwide. He has been a venture capitalist managing investments in over a dozen companies.