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August 15, 2011


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That was really gold mine article. Got me thinking and evaluating my strategies for sometime. Of course with this wunending business revolution I do think a proper strategy to come up with these unfortunate events is really necessary. software development

It’s impossible for a company to get what it wants most if managers have to make a choice between their own values and company priorities.

A manager’s emotional commitment is worth more than their financial, intellectual and physical commit...ment combined.

Financial, intellectual and physical commitment combine to masquerade as emotional commitment. Emotional commitment is different and bigger.

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I'm sure the uncertainty about the economy has a great deal to do with why some people have developed bad attitudes. Even in the most stable of companies, though, you'll find a lot of people who are just so hard to deal with.

I think understanding each other and compromise are important when working together in an organization. Aithough it might be hard to get along with someone, we just try to understand and do our best for our responsilbilities.

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