Don't let fear stop your business in its tracks

05/15/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

When layoffs and spending cuts are the order of the day, workers tend to keep their heads down, avoiding the risk that comes with innovation and initiative. Play-it-safe signals tend to start at the top of the company, writes management consultant Robert Goldfarb, and leaders "need to realize that this paralysis threatens their companies' health."

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