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Downsizing Without Destroying: How to Trim What Your Organization Does Rather Than Destroy Its Ability to Do Anything at All N. Dean Meyer

Downsizing Without Destroying: How to Trim What Your Organization Does Rather Than Destroy Its Ability to Do Anything at All

N. Dean Meyer

Published October 1st 2008
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Paperback
22 pages
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 About the Book 

Okay, times are tough and youve got to cut costs. But theres a good way and a bad way to do so. Across-the-board edicts and high-level SWAT teams that make surgical strikes are the bad way. Sure, they reduce spending- but they also decimate aMoreOkay, times are tough and youve got to cut costs. But theres a good way and a bad way to do so. Across-the-board edicts and high-level SWAT teams that make surgical strikes are the bad way. Sure, they reduce spending- but they also decimate a companys ability to get anything done. Instead, cost cutting should focus on narrowing the number of things a company does, while ensuring that it devotes the resources needed to do those fewer things well.This monograph explains how executives can trim a companys spending without destroying its ability to do anything.