In business, as in life, we tend to put a lot of store in being right. But sometimes being right has no value. In business, it’s not enough to be right, we need to only concern ourselves with adding value. In fact, even failure has a value. This post looks at how adding value is a better objective than being merely right. Perfectly Right My dad used to tell a lot of accountant jokes, until I became one. Two men are flying in a captive balloon. The wind is strong and they are blown off course until they have [...]Read More
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