33 questions to ask yourself in 2011

Connolly, Jim
November 2010
Proofs;Nov2010, Vol. 93 Issue 5, p33
Trade Publication
The article presents 33 questions designed to help managers think creatively on how to develop a successful business. It is suggested that the fastest way to increase revenue and profits is to determine whether there are additional, valuable products and services that can be offered to existing customers. It also emphasizes the need to determine one's use of technology, and to look for ways to improve the delivery of services.


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