More often than not, companies that achieve initial success become victims of that success. And this is no surprise. As philosophies, processes, and people generate strong performance, they become deeply entrenched in corporate culture and difficult to alter—which can be lethal in a global economic environment marked by relentless change. How can organizations avoid this trap? By being a little bit paranoid. Learn why it's essential for today's companies to remain on edge and keep a watchful eye on the road ahead.
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