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The thing that keeps a business ahead of the competition is excellence in execution.
This is so obvious yet so true! Over and over again I heard the cry of "execution" in my start up years.
Posted at 10:18 AM in Executive Coaching, Leadership, Start Up, Thought for the Day | Permalink
execution, Start up, Tom Peters
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