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To Ferrari or not to Ferrari
Last Post 16 Dec 2012 03:51 AM by Mandy Schoeman. 0 Replies.
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16 Dec 2012 03:51 AM
    Business success is no longer just about producing products, selling goods and fulfilling current client needs. It’s about reacting to global trends, new client demands and expanding technology in the fastest and most proficient way possible. One thing is definite: change no longer happens periodically. It’s continuous, constant and unrelenting.

    No one understands the changing landscape of business better than Formula One’s CEO Bernie Ecclestone. An Agile Leader who’s received the ultimate reward for Leading Innovative Change through his organisations success; 1.75 billion enthralled loyal fans in 19 countries, a testament to this.

    visit www.scrumsolutions.co.za to read the full article.
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