The ± Factors The chapter dealing with the company vision is ready

The chapter dealing with the company vision is ready

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The premise for the chapter was: Who cares about the company vision, does it really matter? My answer? More than you know.  The vision is in fact the box.

In this chapter I check out how resilient vision's are made by using some basic psychological premises. Examples are found in the bank industry. Great fun to write and entertaining to read. The comparison is finished off with real-time updated graphs of the four banks' stock development demonstrating the points.

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Soon, the chapters on equity (where I name capital injections the most commonly used antidepressant in the world of business) and the ownership issue (a more and more common anxiety trigger) will be published and open for discussion and comments. For subscribers only. Freebies, start subscribing.

 

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