If you save the company money, make some noise

01/4/2013 | ThoughtLeaders blog

Many managers aim to outperform their spending targets, but not all realize the importance of quickly reporting revised spending projections, Paul Smith of Procter & Gamble writes. Not reporting savings can lead senior managers to make important strategic decisions based on inaccurate information. "If you've figured out a way to save more money, by all means do it. Just let management know about it," Smith writes.

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