Enron is a classic example of a company that focused on output without proper attention to capacity, and many companies today don't understand their capacity or the difference between "inputs" and "outputs," writes Valeria Maltoni. "I'm not comparing your company to Enron, but I've found that it's often hard to tell what a company knows and what it doesn't know," she writes.
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