MANAGEMENT MINUTE: Anticipate problems before they happen — and stop them

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There are two ways to deal with problems: solve them as soon as they arise or put measures in place to prevent them before they ever happen. Every manager needs to deal with problems at some point, and there are times when you’ll need to come up with a quick, efficient solution to an issue that you couldn’t foresee.

However, you can look like a management superstar if it appears that problems rarely spring up to begin with. That’s where predictive management comes in — you anticipate possible problems before they happen and execute solutions […]

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