Having a passion for a discipline is one thing; transforming that passion into a successful, market leading business and passing it to the second generation takes tons of business savvy — and lots of planning.
We speak with Tim Berry, founder and Chairman of Palo Alto Software, founder of bplans.com, and a co-founder of Borland International. He built Palo Alto Software from zero to 40 employees, multimillion dollar sales, no debt, and 70% market share without outside investment (read more in short bio below)
- How Tim transformed the face of business planning for small businesses by developing unique business planning software
- Tim’s views about how to make business planning a true strategic asset rather than a burden
- Four steps to putting dynamic business planning into practice