How to avoid being left behind in 2011

Graham, John
November 2010
Proofs;Nov2010, Vol. 93 Issue 5, p34
Trade Publication
The article offers tips for executives in the U.S. on how to prepare for 2011. It discusses the need to review one's employment record and to create value in business. It shows how to use strategic thinking to gain job security, and emphasizes the importance of technological competence. Sales and marketing executives are advised to jump at small opportunities and to look at the long term.


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