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Apparel Online India July, 1-15, 2015

ARE BUSINESSES REALLY PROFESSIONAL?

This is for test
There are professionally managed businesses, and there are businesses wherein I recognize an owner as professional too. In that lies the difference in their success levels.  The former knows that the business depends on people; it is these people who manage the show, so they deserve all the respect and grooming. Respect is given when you treat them well and grooming happens when you train them for the job they are assigned to do, and to do it efficiently, while giving them reasonable chances to grow within the organization. It’s all about recruiting and retaining the right people…, making them responsible and responsive to take on bigger roles. Often I hear from the industry that ‘owners’ give responsibility and push…


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