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The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
The Seven Deadly Business Sins
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The Seven Deadly Business Sins

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We are all sinners – at least in the business sense. And, it is hard not to be a business sinner today. In our current pell-mell state of rushing about putting out current “business fires” it would be beyond the capacity of mere mortals not to make one or more of the so-called business sins. Knowledge of these seven great business sins will not make you perfect, but can allow you to be a better business manager.

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  • The phenomenal success of i-things by Steve Jobs is due, among other things, to the emergence of the new generation of mobile people who want to be connected 'at all time'. Where there is a need, there will be a market. Is this about not planning in economic vacuum? Or was Steve Jobs quick to recognize what was beyond the horizon? To succeed, one must not follow but to lead which is easy said than done. I love your presentations!!! Always well presented!!! Congratulations for making the homepage!!!
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  • @abhishekshah,
    Dear Abhi, great. Your forgot the 8th sin, which is not reading this presentation. Congratulation for the feature.
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