Where, after all, is the critical limit for wage costs, which is not recommended to pass? If you do not have a ready answer, do not be discouraged, for you are not alone. I asked this question to many entrepreneurs, economists and “personalities” and, at best, I received the answer that the enterprise’s expenses on the wages of all the staff should not exceed …
I will not voice the answers, because “who is in the forest, who is on firewood.” Firstly, there is no single understanding of which indicator to make a start in calculations. Someone considers “from the proceeds”, someone “from the cost price”, and someone “from the profit”. Secondly, the majority of entrepreneurs take workers and, accordingly, pay wages on the basis of needs (in their opinion), and not business opportunities. Continue reading
The development of entrepreneurship is one of the priorities set out in the Tomsk Region Development Strategy until 2020. The instruments for its implementation are long-term regional target programs aimed at the development of small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs). Until 2014, the sixth regional SME support program is already in place. Since 2006, its funding has been increasing annually in the region.
As part of the long-term target program “Development of small and medium-sized businesses in the Tomsk region for the period 2011–2014”, budgetary funds are allocated to the region for the implementation of eight directions: Continue reading
Vitruvian Man – a drawing depicting the figure of a naked man with his arms spread apart, describing a circle and a square, in two, superimposed one on the other, positions. This drawing, made by Leonardo around 1490-1492, is sometimes called canonical proportions. Any of you can get more detailed information about these proportions from the Internet. For our topic today, it is interesting that followers of Leonardo da Vinci, who studied the Golden Section rule, found it universal and applicable not only to nature, but also to man, for example, in architecture, music and art. Is managing finance, business, economics not art? Continue reading