Category Archives: 01: Business, A Definition

If History is Useful for Anything – 2: Organizations

I lost a month. It was around here just a minute ago; at least it seemed like a minute ago. I set it down on my desk and suddenly it was buried under a pile of Life. Apparently, this is … Continue reading

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SPA Redux

As happens more frequently than one expects, I came across an article that spoke directly to me about something I had written about, this time related to the strength of Strategic Problem Anticipation (SPA).  The article 5 Things Elite Customer … Continue reading

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Business – A Definition [FP]

Business, a Definition – Also Fundamental Principle 1 Before going further, it seems wise to clarify some misconceptions (perhaps yours) about business by providing some really useful up-to-date definitions (really mine): An organization (of 2 or more people) operates as … Continue reading

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