What determines success?
Happiness, contentness, and the assurance that you put forth your best effort.
To answer your question with as few words as possible, "ATTITUDE" The way you approach your work, your day, your co-workers, your boss. is made either stronger or weaker by the attitude you hold in the way you walk, talk, look, dress and act. Those five characteristics, rolled into one state of mind, determines, more than anything else, an individual's success in ANY work situation.
usually the behaviour of an organisation marks the success of an organisation. A behaviour that usually go hand in hand with the predetermined goals and missions of an organization determines the success of an organization. it therefore requires good management to be in a position to shape up the individual and group behaviours that affect organization for it not to affect an organisation.
A species' success or failure as a species depends on how well the species adapts. If a species cannot adapt, it dies. Take humans. Physically, we're not that impressive. But we have adapted to survive in almost any terrestrial environment. And our intelligence has allowed us to go beyond even that.
Success is defined by goals achieved. If one of your goals is to achieve a certaian amount of money and you achieve it, you have succeeded in that goal. If another of your goals is to achieve a particular degree in education and you achieve it, you have succeeded in that goal. The number of goals you achieve determines how successful you are.
"There is only one valid definition of business purpose: to create a customer. It is the customer who determines what a business is. What the business think it produces is not of first importance - especially not to the future of the business and to its success. What the customer thinks he is buying and considers 'value' is decisive - it determines what a business is, what it produces and whether it will prosper."…
You can open a business that sells "three finger gloves" in a city of 500,000 people and have no competition. Size alone does not determine competition. What determines competition are those businesses that are selling the same product or offering the same services that you are, and want to acquire as much of the market share as possible. This is why informational resources are so critical to the success of businesses today.
Metrics don't exactly determine a website's success, metrics simply measures the website success. Your metrics can tell you: Where Visitors are Coming From - measuring how successful you were at getting the word out about your website, company and products/services What Visitors are Doing on Your Website - measuring how successful you are at keeping and engaging visitors on your site, how user friendly your site is for visitors, and how relevant your content is…
One area of marketing which is really relevant to a business success is the "market research" one. One key of a business success is offering a product/service that your potential target market is looking for. You will find out by carrying out a precise market research. Quantitative market research (surveys) is an essential stage in the business start-up process but many entrepreneurs don't do it - not least because of the supposed cost. Primary research…