Steve Olp became an Amazon Bestselling Author with his contribution to the new book, Carolina Trendsetters: Insights and Innovations from Local Business Owners, Professionals & Community Leaders. Amazon listed the book at Number 1 among all books in the Free Enterprise and Knowledge Capital categories. It was also listed by Amazon as the Number 1 Hot New Release in multiple categories.
Olp and eight other contributors in the Charlotte region in North and South Carolina offer a variety of useful insights and information for business owners and consumers. Some of the topics covered include building a professional network on LinkedIn; succeeding in business using strategic deployment of technology; accelerating entrepreneurial success through coaching; and managing risks to protect business owners and professionals as well as their families.
Other topics include developing a financial plan even when business owners and professionals are so busy working in their businesses; finding the perfect nanny and solutions for companies whose employees need short-term childcare; building a successful industrial products distribution business; and digital transformation for established companies. There is also a chapter on how Veterans Path Up is helping our military veterans and veteran families on the path to affordable, stable housing.
In his chapter, Olp describes challenges for businesses in managing their information and provides some keys to successful IT project management. He said, “A critical starting point for any IT project is to identify and make sure that the problem to be solved has been adequately defined.” He continued, “Too many organizations try to develop a technology strategy without considering the business strategy. Without aligning both, the chances of a successful outcome are dramatically diminished.”
Carolina Trendsetters: Insights and Innovations from Local Business Owners, Professionals & Community Leaders is currently available in an eBook edition at https://Amazon.com/dp/B0747VRJ2V. The paperback version will be available soon on Amazon and from other booksellers. All royalties on retail sales of the book are being donated by the publisher, NMG Publishing, to Veterans Path Up.
After thirty years of management experience in a variety of industries, Steve Olp acquired TEAM Technology, which provides a variety of IT solutions for small to large businesses. He has been growing the business organically and through additional acquisitions to support a larger group of clients.
For more information about Olp and TEAM Technology, visit http://www.TeamT.com.
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