Corporate aikido

Pino, Robert
March 1999
Executive Excellence;Mar1999, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p4
Focuses on the efficiency of corporate aikido in handling competition in the business industry. Definition and benefits of corporate aikido; Disadvantages of traditional business strategies; Impact of corporate aikido on the competitive strength of your company.


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