We all know that learning from failure is crucial to success, yet too few have a regimented process to spell out those lessons.
Take a step back and make an objective assessment of what worked in 2012 and what didn’t. Then, carefully consider why.
Maybe a product fell over for lack of after sales support, or one boomed by virtue of a super effective sales campaign. Whatever the failure or success, identify the why to work better next year.
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