MT Learning Curve: Managing for recovery

If follows that what goes down must come up - and it can be just as painful...

by MT Staff

What is it?

After financial calamity, the recovery. But managing for recovery requires business leaders to get out from under the rock (or from behind the sofa) and start performing. For so long the talk has been about cost-cutting and retrenchment and just staying in business. So now new markets and new ventures should be on the agenda. But it takes courage and clarity of thought to change gear and remember what it was that made you go into business.

Where did it come from?

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