Good company advice. You must be open to try new ways. Your way is not always the only or “right” way for that matter. You must research new ways to do things. Never get caught up in repitiion.
“Plan then act”
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If you hear any of these three sentences at work more than once or twice, you can be certain that your company is heading down a dead-end path:
1. “We’ve always done it this way.”
If there’s anything true in the business world, it’s that what worked in the past isn’t going to work in the future. Clinging to what’s “tried and true” leads to pursuing wooden-headed strategies long after it’s clear that those strategies aren’t working.
A perfect example of this is Microsoft’s belief in the concept of “Windows Everywhere.” The company keeps trying to launch tablets and phones with Windows on them, even thoughthe market has repeatedly made it clear that nobody wants the darn things.
In smaller companies, “we’ve…
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