Michael Neidle Michael Neidle
Michael Neidle is president and CEO of Optimal Management, an advisor to staffing firm owners and managers.

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Market Volatility and its Impact on Staffing


Wow! After a period of relative quiet, the stock market has been in a state of flux at the time of this writing. This is not to say what will happen tomorrow or the next day, but it ...
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Handing Over The Keys To Your Company


Did you ever consider when it might be time to hand over the keys to your company, so to speak? Some owners have no exit plan and want to run the company indefinitely. Thus, they have ...
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Breathing Life into a Tired Company


No one likes to think of their company as being tired or old, but with time, many, if not most, do become so. Unless you are monitoring the company performance over time, you can miss ...
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Identify Smoldering Problems Before They Flare Up


Everyone has situations that require their attention. Many people work on the problem that hits their desk first and procrastinate with those things they dislike (like taxes). Others ...
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How World Events Can Affect Even Domestic Staffing Firms


Most domestic companies tend to concentrate on their local market and not pay much attention to what is happening around the world and in the area of international business. But even ...
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How Staffing Can Benefit from the 3D Print Manufacturing Revolution


Ready or not, there is a sea change coming in manufacturing. It is 3D printing, which is expected to be the next trillion dollar industry; that’s right, $1 trillion within the next ...
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Are You Building Sales, Profits or Company Value?


We are always striving to grow, but grow what? There is a big difference between building sales, profits and company value. They may all be integrated, but they need not be. Let’s ...
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Why Are You in Staffing?


One would hope your reasons for being in staffing are: 1. You know something about staffing, that is getting orders and filling them. 2. You enjoy what you are doing for a living day ...
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Why Small and Midsize Companies Become Large


Did you ever wonder why small companies want to grow? Large companies are a headache and have complex personnel, accounting and legal issues. But most people want to grow. Why? Having ...
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The Next Big Idea


Doing the same thing may allow you to stay in business, but it is the big idea that will separate you from your competitors and allow you to maximize your sales, profits and value of ...
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