Experience has shown that there are seven critical areas successful organizations maintain a consistent focus on in order to thrive. In each of these areas, there are multiple examples where companies made significant changes to improve their performance.

First, get everyone on the same page. This starts with a strategic plan that is followed with the development of performance goals for corporate units, key individuals, and employee groups. This cascading of goal responsibility is reinforced with clear and repetitive communications to shareholders, managers and employees.

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