5 Questions to Ask Before You Act on That Great Idea
October 4, 2012 Editor 0
If your small business’s innovation efforts are successful, you’ll end up with an embarrassment of riches—dozens of innovative ideas and possibilities, each one of which has the potential to enhance, enrich and change your business. When you’re lucky enough to be in this situation, you’re faced with a new challenge: How do you decide which innovative ideas to act on?
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