Ed's Ink: Maximizing Opportunity (Not Profits) Is The Name Of The Game
The trick is to associate, adapt, magnify, substitute and rearrange.
Learning is thinking with other people's ideas. New ideas come from creatively imitating ideas derived from the masters of management including Peter F. Drucker, Harvard's Ted Levitt, Marshall Goldsmith, Sydney Finkelstein, Paul Niven, James Champy, Joseph Juran and dozens more.
The trick is to associate, adapt, magnify, minify, substitute and rearrange. Ed's Ink by MMN's editorial staff provides you with a unique opportunity learn from business masterminds and become a more effective competitor.