Current Event Article – Survey strategies in a Global environment

Current Event Article – Survey strategies in a Global environment

December 17, 2020 |

Current Event Article – Survey strategies in a Global environment Please respond to the following: Share a current event article with the class that relates to the concepts covered in this week’s reading. Write a brief summary, and explain why you felt the article was relevant. Chapter 9 Strategic Surveying in the Global Marketplace and the Role of Vitality Measures Jeffrey M. Saltzman and Scott M. Brooks As the global economy descended into recession in 2008, organizations struggled for survival. For many, short-term performance became the only focus. Long-term performance would not matter should an organization perish. Very few industries and very few corners of the planet were spared from financial threat. As the recession seemed to stabilize, many organizations realized—at least in the abstract—that the economic lull could be used to build the discipline of becoming more effective. Certainly cost cutting forces prioritization of what an organization values. But…    read more 

Current Event Article – Survey strategies in a Global environment

December 16, 2020 |

Current Event Article – Survey strategies in a Global environment Please respond to the following: Share a current event article with the class that relates to the concepts covered in this week’s reading. Write a brief summary, and explain why you felt the article was relevant. Chapter 9 Strategic Surveying in the Global Marketplace and the Role of Vitality Measures Jeffrey M. Saltzman and Scott M. Brooks As the global economy descended into recession in 2008, organizations struggled for survival. For many, short-term performance became the only focus. Long-term performance would not matter should an organization perish. Very few industries and very few corners of the planet were spared from financial threat. As the recession seemed to stabilize, many organizations realized—at least in the abstract—that the economic lull could be used to build the discipline of becoming more effective. Certainly cost cutting forces prioritization of what an organization values. But…    read more 

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