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What business practice have you held onto for too long?

We are creatures of habit. It’s not that we can’t relinquish control; it’s that we sometimes forget to. It’s not that we need everything printed; it’s that sometimes we hit print without thinking. As business and technology continue to adapt, sticking to old practices isn’t always done out of stubbornness (although sometimes it is). It’s often because doing things the old way is familiar and reliable and we haven’t given thought to changing the habit yet. The participants in this month’s One Question for one reason or another have given up a practice that was once a way of doing things they never questioned, but as they can tell you, times and people and habits change.

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