Here is an outstanding blog entry we wish we had written!
The article was published on HBR’s weblog and was written by Rosabeth Moss Kanter, a professor at Harvard Business School and the author of Confidence and SuperCorp.
The author outlines four specific actions that companies can take to not only survive the recession, but to actually emerge triumphant.
Here’s a summary of the article:
Doing nothing is bad therefore…
1) Move while others are distracted.
2) Announce and own a grand concept.
3) Get rid of things that have outlived their usefulness.
4) Concentrate on helping your users, clients, or customers succeed.
You can find the article here: