Identifying Your Best Areas for Rapid Business Progress

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Peter Drucker has a famous description of strategy that includes the idea of "sloughing off yesterday," by which he means that we should stop doing that which is no longer important for us. When a company creates a new set of opportunities to expand into more promising areas, generally there is a resource squeeze for time, people, and budget.

Now that you know the best places to focus, you should turn the information you have developed around to identify the areas you are now working on that are least likely to be valuable to your company, in order to free up resources.

This means identifying:

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