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Three Keys to Recovery Success:Re-focus Your Efforts to Outperform Your Competition

By Denise Harrison, Vice President Recently I was talking to a company president – he was frustrated that a large project was off track.  What happened?  Well, during the recession, his team bid on a significant contract for a large company; the contract included requirements that were a stretch for his company.  Traditionally the team […]

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Time to Start Planning for Growth – Step One: Analysis

By M. Dana Baldwin, Senior Consultant Strategic Planning Expert As we get further into 2010, the time has come to start planning for the uptick in the economy.  No, it likely will not be a “V” shaped recovery.  And, if the government and the Federal Reserve get it wrong, we could have a “W” shaped […]

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Why Your Strategy Needs To Change

Every once in a while, I run across a company that is doing just fine, and has been pretty successful for a long time. These companies scare me.  Nothing creates failure like success, and the temptation to rest on one’s laurels has heralded doom for many a fine organization. These days, people at least accept […]

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