The hottest issue in the market is what many people call the “black box” of a business or a business owner.
This means the information that is used to determine what goes on within the business, what is the business doing, what’s the customer doing, who is on the phone, what products and services are in the store, who’s working on a project.
If you look at the “hot issues” in the marketplace, the big issue is “What’s the company doing?”
There’s a lot of data that’s being collected about that, and so if you’re thinking about how you can increase sales, how to improve your performance, what the customer’s buying, what are you doing to improve the quality of the product or the service, those are all issues that come up when people are thinking about the product, the service or the customer.
And that’s where the data starts to go down the rabbit hole, as well as the customer and customer service.
So that’s the big problem, right?
That’s where people start to ask, What is this business doing?
And there’s a number of things you can do to improve customer service, and if you think about what the business is doing, it’s all going to be different.
But if you have a lot more data, and a lot less assumptions about what’s going on within your business, then you can go in the data and make more informed decisions.
So what do we know about how businesses are doing on their own?
The biggest takeaway that I would take away from this book is that the best way to think about a business is to think like a person.
It’s a person with a unique set of skills and experiences that you can bring into the business.
That’s why we have to take a broader view of what a business looks like and what it does.
I think that’s why companies have had success over the years.
They have different challenges.
That’s why they’re thriving, because the best businesses succeed.
And they’re always growing, and I think there’s an opportunity to find a way to capture the best of those businesses, to capture their unique strengths and unique capabilities and bring those into the marketplace.