Wednesday, August 05, 2020

The Assumptions

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It is not unusual for organizations and teams to study resources, training, office space, timing, goals, recruitment, evaluations, surveys, publicity, facilities, legal opinions, competitors, rewards, diversity, markets, finances, cash flow, regulations, technology, legislative reports, predictions, strategies, and tactics.

What I've noticed, however, is that key assumptions receive far less attention than they deserve. 

If you want to find out what is really going on, start with the assumptions.

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