Categories attitude Business culture Business Resources Competition Employees Entrepreneurs Improvement Management Manufacturing Productivity quality Restaurants Retail Sales service Small Business Strategy The Slight Edge How to cut costs and eliminate waste in your business Post author By Post date August 15, 2009 2 Comments on How to cut costs and eliminate waste in your business photo credit: Koshyk Today’s guest post comes from the US Chamber of Commerce, where John Tschohl of the Service Quality Institute offers a smart way to find and eliminate waste from any small business: Ask your staff. Simple, but effective. Check it out here. Tags business, Employees, expenses, personnel, profitability, saving money, Small Business, waste ← FACTA: Red Flags and Milk Bones → 18 minutes of peace-making thought 2 replies on “How to cut costs and eliminate waste in your business” That link is broken. Fixed now, thank you. Not sure why they changed the URL:( Comments are closed.