Don't let bad "best practices" become worst enemies

09/16/2009 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Many best practices don't wind up being the best at all and fail to address the problems they were meant to solve. Examples of some of the worst "best" practices that can undermine a company's success include legislated optimism, hiring for "smarts" and having a mantra about "client centricity."

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