About Scott Stickel
Scott Stickel is currently CEO and one of the Co-Founders of Profit Street. He has been in executive management for multiple software companies over the previous 30 years, including several where he was the founder. Scott has executive managerial experience in implementation, customer service, software development, marketing and sales. He has successfully designed and implemented multiple SaaS strategies while successfully increasing sales by double digit growth.
Throughout his career, Scott has been a huge champion of personal development in the work place. He has implemented and designed numerous successful programs for various companies and the departments he has overseen.
Recent Posts by Scott Stickel
Big Data Debugged
You hear the term “Big Data” a lot these days. What exactly is it and is it just available for large companies? This term refers to these huge data sets that businesses are building.
What Business Lessons Can Be Gained from the Latest Super Bowl?
If you are a sports fan it was hard not to enjoy Super Bowl LI, unless you were an Atlanta fan. As we reflect on the game it is interesting how it mirrored business and offers valuable insight into critical lessons that we all can benefit from.
Understanding and Choosing the Right KPIs
KPIs can show you when you are performing effectively and also when you are not doing well. Evaluated correctly, with the appropriate action and indicators can provide a plan for success.
How to Hire and Keep the Best People
Today’s razor thin profit margins have placed a critical importance on hiring the right people and retaining them. Many franchisees do not realize the true cost of hiring an employee or losing an employee.
Are You Leading Your Franchise Toward Greatness or Mediocrity?
Do your business efficiencies and financials reflect this? Sometimes when we move into a role of supervising people we tend to believe we automatically have what it takes to be a good leader.
Are your Employees Performing at their Maximum Potential?
What an important question and an even bigger dilemma for many companies. Working in the franchise industry I am acutely observant of employee behavior whenever I am doing business with any franchise.
How Predictive Business Analytics are saving Franchisees
Large companies have access to software and personnel resources to organize this data into business intelligence and predictive analytics. This information helps them organize and operate their businesses more successfully.