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Growth Strategy

The Risk of Overcorrecting in Your Small Business

In business, we often are tempted to make aggressive corrections when we discover an issue that is affecting output or productivity. A recent experience reminded me that it is better to undercorrect than to overcorrect. I learned how you can totally lose clarity and focus when you overcorrect. (more…)

Why You Need a Plan B—and How to Develop One  

“What happened?” I asked. Carol, the company owner, shrugged. “The deal didn’t work out.” She had been in negotiations for six months to merge her business with a larger company. I persisted. “So, what’s your Plan B?” She shook her head. “There is no Plan B.” (more…)


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