The great CEO of General Motors, Alfred Sloan, was a business leader who understood that a corporation’s greatest asset is its people. Sloan once said, “Take my assets but leave me my organization, and, in five years, I’ll have it all back.” Sloan understood that every business is a people business. -Mary Kay Ash
Your organization is more than just the people on your payroll. It includes all the people you work with. Remember Stave Yastrow’s definition of a customer? Anyone whose actions affect your results. I think that applies here, too.
So what are you doing to build your organization?
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