February 4, 2008 – Boston, Mass – President & CEO of FiscalDoctor™ Gary W. Patterson advises the agricultural industry to address top three business questions in an article titled “Top Resolutions for 2008,” which was published in Top Producer, January 2008, a Farm Journal Media publication. Farm Journal Media is a privately held corporation and defines itself as “the premier agricultural multi-media company in the United States.”
Patterson recommends that the industry raise three crucial questions in their efforts to set business goals for 2008:
What are the three best opportunities I could create longer term and what do I need to do to best pursue those opportunities?
What are the three top longer-term risk area concerns of my business today and how would I react if those concerns materialized?
What are the three most crucial infrastructure issues I face over the next one or two years?
The full article can be viewed at www.agweb.com/Get_Article.aspx?sigcat=topproducer&pageid=140737
About Farm Journal
Farm Journal Media (FJM) is the nation’s leading agricultural media company. FJM publishes Farm Journal, Top Producer, Beef Today and Dairy Today magazines. The company’s broadcast properties are Indiana-based AgDay, broadcast on more than 170 television stations; WeekEnd MarketPlace; and the Farm Journal Radio Network. Its Internet presence is AgWeb.com, “The Homepage of Agriculture.” FJM publishes the Pro Farmer family of newsletters, based in Cedar Falls, Iowa, and produces live events, offers custom publishing, and provides Internet and database marketing.
About Gary Patterson
Gary W. Patterson, FiscalDoctor™ (www.FiscalDoctor.com) has been a consultant for more than 200 companies spanning high tech and service industries. His clients include startups, Inc 500, and Fortune 500 companies worldwide. Patterson is a contributing expert to a forthcoming book by Eric J. Leech on making strategic use of Other People’s Money (OPM) to build corporate value. For more information, visit www.FiscalDoctor.com, or call Patterson at 781-237-3617.