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April 13, 2009


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Jeff Willis

It's truly unfortunate how many people only consider the bottom line when making a decision. Whether it's construction materials, office equipment, or even employment choices themselves, the price point so often drives the decision-making... when the reality of the situation is that a better outcome in the accounting ledger doesn't always mean a better outcome in the long run.

And how many organizations have had to replace troublesome products, equipment or personnel on a more frequent basis (and often at greater cost!) because the "bargains" they got at the outset ended up being a poor fit for their needs or the needs of their clients?

Thanks for the thought-provoking blog!

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