Book Review of Restarting your Company after the Pandemic
Since writing Restarting Your Business after the Pandemic, the author Robert Villegas received the following review from an early reader who was in the process of restarting her business and not knowing where to start. This book gave her that starting point and below is the review of the book from this reader.
PHOENIX - July 1, 2020 - PRLog -- "Restarting Your Business after the Pandemic is incredibly helpful in teaching organization skills – both in the reopening and in generally thinking about problems and challenges. I think it is helpful as a general outline in all sorts of transitional situations – e.g. moves; regulatory changes; changes in competition quality and quantity; etc. I particularly, in this vein, liked the strengths and weaknesses sections (SWOT Analysis) – one that is useful in all sorts of times, not only in transitions.
"The introduction of "Threats" was also unusual and very valuable – partially as it is not often addressed until threats are on one's doorstep and too rooted to respond to.
"Analyzing "Business Processes" (with its addressing of decision making, problem solving, and performance evaluation) again is such a good set of guidelines, particularly for startups and others inexperienced in really running a business. I certainly could have used this in my earlier business days. Overall, I think this book is great for starting up in general, not just after the current shutdowns.
"In a general way, the author does something – he presents his materials thoughtfully and considers how people learn – that is very reinforcing:
"Overall, this is a book about running a small business. I is helpful for both experienced business owners and inexperienced owners who want to set order to their thinking and actions about their small and medium-sized companies. To order the book, you can go to https://amzn.to/
Robert Villegas is an American writer. He spent over twenty-seven years as a UPS executive in Indiana and worked in locations all over Europe including Germany, England, and Spain. His work was used in Germany, England and Singapore to establish computerized call centers for UPS. At UPS Indiana, he worked as a Call Center Manager and Telecommunications Manager. After leaving UPS, Mr. Villegas started his own sport marketing company specializing in writing sponsorship proposals for race car drivers and other athletes. Clients included Johnny Parsons, Jeff Ward, Larry Foyt and Alexander Rossi to name a few.