From Setback to Comebacks

Jolley, Willie
January 2001
Executive Excellence;Jan2001, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p18
Describes a four-step process for turning a business setback into a comeback. Focusing on vision; Making a decision; Taking action; Keeping the desire.


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