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Markets such as Japan, Australia and South Korea can be grouped together due to similar dynamics in terms of the maturity of modern trade. Another cluster could comprise Myanmar, Vietnam and Laos, where traditional trade still dominates. This clustering approach enables companies to stay close and relevant to the market, while still realizing some scale benefits by bringing similar markets together within the same regional structure. Taking constraints into consideration. Why you must reinvent your company every 3.5 years. Ask any manager on planet Earth, “What is your key challenge?”
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It’s the lifeblood of business, right? Not so much! Certainly not when you direct your competition internally—between departments and teams. Unfortunately, the idea of internal competition has become rampant in many industries. A University of Minnesota study recognized this way back in the 1990s. There are a couple of reasons why internal competition hurts your company. First, a lot of competitive exercises disguised as team building create meaningless competitions that pit departments and individuals against each other. Second, having different parts of your company compete with one another is a bit like having your hands try to compete with your feet. The way to do this is by creating a common purpose.
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