Demand Management

The Sharing Economy: Threat or Opportunity?

The Sharing Economy: Threat or Opportunity?

“I don’t need a drill. I need a hole in my wall” The economic downturn left many consumers rethinking the necessity of excess consumption and… Read More ›

Avoiding Meetings Burnout

Avoiding Meetings Burnout

It’s estimated that over 25 million meetings are held each day in the United States, and approximately $37 billion is wasted each year on unproductive… Read More ›

The Cost of NOT Budgeting and Planning for Contractors

The Cost of NOT Budgeting and Planning for Contractors

The MetaExperts™ team gets the same feedback from almost all of our clients and prospective clients: “We don’t have the resources to make the OpEx… Read More ›

Best and Worst Performing Sectors for Q1 2016

Best and Worst Performing Sectors for Q1 2016

Globalization: Suicide by Comparative Advantage

Globalization: Suicide by Comparative Advantage

Do you remember voting for globalization? I don’t. I do remember reading about comparative advantage in Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations and thinking how globalization… Read More ›

Improving the Revenue Estimate of Forecasting

Improving the Revenue Estimate of Forecasting

Editorial March 2016             Planning always includes a bit of guesswork because it deals with the unknown future.  Most executives must rely on historical extrapolations… Read More ›