Exaggerated planning is the most common cause of corporate death

Exaggerated planning is the most common cause of corporate death

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I just felt the need for an Ingvar quote:

 

”Planning is often synonymous with bureaucracy. Planning is, of course, needed to lay out guidelines for your work and to enable
a company to function in the long term. But do not forget that exaggerated planning is the most common cause of corporate death. Exaggerated planning constrains your freedom of action and leaves you less time to get things done. Complicated planning paralyses. So let simplicity and common sense guide your planning.”

– Ingvar Kamprad, The Testament of a Furniture Dealer

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