7 New Year’s resolutions for your organisation [Free guide]

By Matthew Thompson | 7th January 2014 | 1 min read

Well, it’s that time of the year again. The time you sit down and evaluate what you have achieved in the past 12 months are start to look for ways to improve.

As we enter into a New Year, it is natural to set yourself goals or New Year’s Resolutions. Whether it is to lose weight, stop smoking, spend more time with family or learn a new skill, these goals or resolutions will help you focus your energy over the coming months.

This practice is normal in your personal life, so why not apply the same principals to your professional life? Preparation is the key to success, and setting goals or resolutions for your organisation is a great place to start.

To help you on your way, IRIS has put together 7 New Year's resolutions to help your organisation succeed in 2014

Resolution - Don't be afraid to take your business online

To run a successful business, you need to be willing to go to where your cusomers are. With increasing amounts of competition, waiting for your customers to come to you can be a dangerous risk to take.

In 2013, 36 million adults (73%) in Great Britain accessed the internet every single day, with 72% of all adults having bought goods or services online (ONS, 2013).

Building a company website can be a viable option for large companies with extensive budgets, but what steps can smaller organisations take?

To learn more about the full list of New Year's resolutions to help your organisation, download your free guide today.

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