4/12/2013

Your company might be headed for failure if you are constantly changing your strategy in an effort to buy time during periods of stagnation. Seek to make continual, purposeful change a part of your operations, writes Michael Phillips Moskowitz, founder of the Bureau of Trade. "[I]nstead of gutting your business model every few months, the goal should be to attain a faster, more flexible state of evolution," he writes.

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