opportunities, but only for those who
Yet, discovering and seizing an opportunity is not enough. You must manage
proactively if you want to
stand out from the competition.
growth opportunities. As current products are becoming obsolete faster than
ever, in order to survive and prosper, organizations continually need to
improve, innovate and modify their products and services.
slogan "Eat lunch and you are lunch" is more than a reflection of
increasingly intense work ethic. Riding the wave of change is becoming the
most important part of the business. While the economy is shifting and
is rampant, "doing it the same way" is a recipe for corporate
Successful change efforts
are those where
the choices both
are internally consistent and fit key external and situational variables.
"You have to find subtle ways to introduce change, new concepts, and give
to people so that they can accept and grow with it," says Mark Stevens, the
author of Extreme Management.