Part of Your Business Plan Needs to Involve Drastically Changing It
Leaving room for evolution and quick-pivot adaptation in any business plan is essential to success.
Who doesn't love a good plan? The idea of well-thought-out strategy — a step-by-step roadmap leading to that all-important outcome — is enough to get managerial engines revving as you embark upon what will certainly be a successful journey. There is a carefully constructed plan, right? The result has got to be a win.
Not so fast.
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