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Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Lifecycle Of Rules In Enteprises

(Via Pegasus News) If you ever wondered how great companies and great leaders got into tough and derailing situations, Dave Wheeler presents the Life Cycle of Rules. Dave writes,"I find it an interesting analogy to think of rules as signposts or trees in the forest that help keep you on the right path. Of course if there are too many trees or the signposts turn into fences, then you will lose sight of new opportunities".Rules were't much of a problem until the SPEED of business and the speed of change increased (aided by technology –particularly information technology and communications and rising global free trade). In the past enterprises got away with this for ages after their rules ceased to be relevant and even stayed somewhat profitable and assumed they were competitive and relevant.

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