Daily Archives: February 10, 2010

Beware of business stagnations or downgrades

In stagnated or involving business the organization is driven by its strengths considering the implicit weaknesses as a limit for their actions.

This is functional to businesses working in markets that are stagnated. But a business that works within the limits of their weaknesses enters automatically in an involution cycle if the market evolves.

Involving businesses use to compensate their weaknesses with a dominant role. Stagnated businesses fight against involution exerting power to convince the market and the internal organization that they are following or leading a trend.

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Peter Belohlavek

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