Thursday, December 4, 2008

5 ways that you can create a bloated, obsolete dinosaur of a company

Maria Gajewski from NeverTheSameRiverTwice has written a good post about who you can do to run down a company by introducing an anti change management programme. She takes reference to the Big 3 automakers in the US. Her suggestion are:

1) Build Protectionist Walls Around Your Business.
2) Take Advantage of Customer Loyalty by Building Lousy Products.
3) Assume the Future Will Be Just Like the Past.
4) Wait Until a Crisis Hits to Try to Change.

5) Blame Others, Beg for Money, and Reject Sound Advice.


1 comment:

Maria @ Never the Same River Twice said...

Thanks for the link love, Holger! I have a lot of personal perspective on the Big 3 automakers, so I couldn't resist making a bad example out of them.

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