Which class do you need to make up?

Dec 17, 2010

Sometimes a business fails to grow because it is bad at math (poor grasp of numbers, wildly unachievable growth projections, unrealistic budgets). Sometimes a business fails to grow because it is bad at english (dysfunctional communications, inability to express a vision, failure to comprehend what the market is telling them).

Sometimes a business fails to grow because it is bad at economics (ineffective pricing strategy, counter-productive compensation program, no cost accounting).

Sometimes a business fails to grow because it is bad at gym (flabby processes, unchallenged infrastructure, staying in a comfort zone).

Sometimes a business fails to grow because it is bad at physics (horrible logistics, miserable physical environment, lamentable supply chain).

Sometimes a business fails to grow because it is bad at music (no rhythm, no harmony, no ability to improvise).

Sometimes a business fails to grow because it is bad at art (no depth, no uniqueness, no compelling vision).

Which class do you need to make up?