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The Effectiveness of Small Business Management

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Small business management is the process of setting the goals for a small business. It involves many of the same concerns as those experienced by larger business management, although it can be more complicated for an extremely small business because in many cases small business management must be done by the business owner. Unfortunately for these business owners, just because they had the original idea and impetus to start their own small business, they may not possess the skill set needed to properly practice small business management.

This may not be an obstacle while the company is very small, such as just a handful of employees. However, a small business owner's lack of proper small business management experience or inability to conduct strong small business management may manifest itself as a problem if the company starts to grow, although the problems may also develop if the small business encounters difficulties.


In the event of growth or difficulty, shortcomings in small business management may require the small business manager to make use of a business consultant who specializes in, or at least has experience with, small business management objectives and obstacles. Small business management often is more stressful than a management position in a larger company because the failure or inadequacies of a manager in a small business are magnified by the fact that there are fewer individuals who can provide a safety net for the manager.

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