Salam hormat pada semua peminat. Maaf lama bercuti dan kurang sihat sedikit. Terima kasih untuk komen Clean. Ha ha ha. Benar ia adalah pengajaran yang terbaik. Plato mengatakan 2 jenis orang, yang baik tidak perlu di ajar oleh undang undang untuk berkelakuan baik manakala jenis yang kedua menggunakan undang undang untuk kepentingan diri dan ia sebagai pagar besi yang susah untuk di tembusi manakala Abraham Lincoln mengatakan, kadang kadang boleh selamat tapi tak selamanya.
Kini isu banjir adalah yang paling utama. Apa pun , di harapkan semuanya selamat dan dapat bantuan.
Hari ini Masterji nak bagi important tips. Ada 9 perkara yang kita harus berikan perhatian supaya perniagaan kita tak gulung tikar dan kita jadi gagal. It's important and don't see it from salary man point of view but a responsible employee and a productive Malaysian.
The 9 Traps.
Sticking with Yesterday's business model.
2. Pride :
Allowing Your products to become outdated.
Clinging to your Once - Successful Branding.
Ignoring your business process.
Rationalizing your loss of speed and agility.
6.Mediocrity : Letting your star employees languish
Getting lulled into a culture of comfort.
Not confronting turf wars and obstructionists.
Unwittingly conducting schizophrenic communications.
Case study :
Take Kodak. Back in the mid-1990s, it was the absolute king of the photography business with its highly profitable film business. Digital photography was emerging, but Kodak didn't pay much attention to it. After the technology started to get some press coverage, the company did launch a weak effort to learn about this revolutionary new approach to photography by developing and marketing a clumsy system called Advantix that attempted to combine elements of digital and film technologies. Clearly Kodak was thinking defensively, with its goal being protect its film business.
For the next six years, Kodak saw its businees decline, and its stock price plummeted from $80 in 1997 to $30 by 2003. Management demonstrated no sense of urgency in grabbing digital technology and transforming its business around it.
In 2003, Kodak announced a 72 percent decrease in its dividend plans to invest $3 billion in digital photography. The stock market read this as too little too late, and the stock price decreased 14 percent further right after the announcement.
By late 2005, the stock price was $24 per share, and outgoing CEO Dan Carp, who had spent his entire carrer at Kodak, made an amazing statement. he said: "I saw my first digital camera 20 years ago....I knew right then that this company was going to transform itself." The lack of urgency in those 20 years was incredible.
Therefore , jangan tidur sewaktu kerja .