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FULLER

BUSINESS 

MANAGEMENT

GROUP

INNOVATE | EVOLVE | ADAPT | COMPETE

 

ABOUT US

Fuller Business Management Group (FBMG) believes that the best business solutions come from product, customer, and employee data. FBMG is dedicated to working with business communities — providing whatever support they need in order to unlock their potential the individual, team, or organizational level. We want all business owners and leaders to envision their goals and utilize data to make those dreams a reality!

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OUR MISSION

INNOVATE |EVOLVE | ADAPT | COMPETE

To provide state-of-the-art data driven business solutions using market research, product and employee performance to guide leadership and organizational decisions-making.

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DATA MANAGEMENT

Data Management is one of the most important administrative functions in every business. It involves the accessibility, reliability and timeliness of data processing for business outcomes and measurements. Contact us today and let us improve your ability to acquire, validate, store, protect and process your data.

BUSINESS ANALYTICS

Your business has a story to tell through data. Our experts collate, sort, process and study business data using state-of-the-art statistical modeling and interactive methodologies. We transform your results into insights through data visualizations to guide business strategy and measure key performance indicators (KPI).

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DATA DRIVEN DECISION-MAKING

If you use intuition and observation to guide your business, then data can assist with your business decision-making. We use five essential steps to implement data driven decision-making (DDDM) for your company. Let us implement DDDM and learn how to gain a competitive advantage, reduce operating costs and be more efficient.

 

CHECK OUT OUR RESEARCH

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Despite leaders’ investment in knowledge management practices, 76% of U.S. employees are hesitant to share tacit knowledge with co-workers. Researchers have suggested that willingness to share hinders the tacit knowledge transfer process. Employees become unwilling to share tacit knowledge with others due to cooperation and competition. The aim of this research is to understand the role of peer-to-peer cooperation on willingness to share tacit knowledge (WSTK). A total of 250 U.S. employees were sampled to measure knowledge-based trust (KBT) on WSTK. Pearson correlation and linear regression were used to investigate KBT and WSTK. Results indicated that KBT significantly predicted WSTK. Employee age and same-gender interactions did not influence the KBT-WSTK relationship. It was concluded that leaders and managers who promote KBT relationships are likely to encourage WSTK and create advantages over competitors.

 
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FULLER BMG LEADERSHIP

Here to Assist in Every Way

 

LAJUAN PERRONOSKI FULLER, PH.D.

Owner

LaJuan Perronoski Fuller has a Ph.D. in Business and received business analytics certificates from Cornell University and Harvard Business School. Additionally, he has published numerous quantitative research articles in peer-reviewed academic journals. LaJuan Perronoski Fuller is your go-to source for any question you might have.

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