Creating Strategies to Thrive

General Business

April 14, 2009
by Jeff Greeneway

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Thriving in this or any economy is not an accident. It is the result of hard work and planning. Creating and implementing strategic change is not easy, but you may be surprised at how easy it is to generate new strategic ideas if they are created and executed within the guide rails of the right framework. By prioritizing, piloting, performing, and conducting post-change monitoring during the course of your strategic change process, you will not just survive, you are likely to thrive.


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