Failure, like success, is a skill – one that normalizes bad habits. As an enterprise leader do you make more tactical decisions than future-focused ones? Does your team never plan in detail before it executes? Do your functions struggle to collaborate? Do your managers forget to track performance relentlessly? Does every quarter-end feel like a diving catch? Are you always feeling outrun by the competition? Does any of this sound familiar?  Don’t become skilled in failure.  Your organization could have some bad habits that need breaking. The good news is that bad habits can be unlearned as much as good ones can be learned. RealWinTips

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