Fast Forward: How to Win a Lot More Business in a Lot Less Time
You will learn: strategies to win and keep customers in a rapidly changing world; major trends that point the way to future profits; innovative techniques for keeping any business on the leading edge; methods to improve quality while boosting speed; secrets to making a business agile and responsive; ways to gather the most vital types of information, build self-managed teams, and make the best use of time; and much, much more. Like Michael LeBoeuf's previous books, this.
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Focus on the Customer
Get In Step With the Future
Be an Innovator
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