Sunday, October 02, 2016

Time And Targets

Tricia Parks, CEO and founder of Dallas, Tex.-based Parks Associates, says there are several reasons predictions go wrong. One cause is “environmental disruptions,” events no one can foresee, such as 9/11 and the mid-2000s recession; other times, predictions are simply unrealistic. Some forecasters, for example, predict much higher growth than is likely. - See more at:

From the article "Time And Targets" by Linda Johnson.

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