Handing the Business of CHANGE

Suzuki, David
September 2010
Skin, Inc.;Sep2010, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p66
The article provides discussions on the ability of a person or a company to realize and act upon change if the business becomes arbitrary. It mentions several factors of an offensive business strategy including the awareness of objectives and measurements, consistent evaluation of the methods used to reach the goals, and getting prepared to modify the methods if they were proven ineffective. It adds that the success of a business depends on its planning, preparation, and execution to succeed.


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