Barez-Brown, Chris
August 2009
People Management;8/27/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p30
The article discusses the significance of making assumptions and decisions in business. It is said that making assumptions can limit the chances of companies doing new things. According to the article, employers should not think too hard, instead they should try ideas out before feeling their response.


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