Saturday, March 6, 2010

HBR March 2010

Started my day with reading thru the March HBR. (Do you start your day like this?)

  1. Nice research on page 30 concluding that getting cash makes you feel less pain or being socially excluded. (Yes, that's who we are.)  There is definitely a possible application of cash to many places to improve them, and it's interesting to see how it was put together.
  2. One more nice article on page 38 on bankers' practices and the incentives, that, unfortunately, are not long term oriented.
  3. On page 66 you can find great review of ways to get from the recession and typical strategies used.  This doesn't apply directly to the small businesses though, but more in general way, mostly because of operating costs and actual budgets range.

And, generally speaking, I liked this month's issue.  Good mix of articles worth reading.

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