Impatient Execs Place Blame for Slow Progress


  

A survey of more than 3,000 business executives revealed the great majority of them were dissatisfied with the rate at which their companies adopted new policies and procedures.

 
More than two-thirds said the pace of change should be quicker.
   
Respondents said certain departments hindered change more than others.

 
Source: Net Future Institute, North Hampton, New Hampshire, www.netfutureinstitute.com .

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