BY THOMAS D. SHARTS
Any manager of a business should be mindful that constructive criticism of business processes associated with completing viable work should be heard and not ignored. The reason is constructive criticism identifies what needs to be addressed and corrected in order to make completed work more productive. Likewise, constructive criticism procedures might implement the following means to assess and critique the work process.
Firstly, managers should be cognizant of critical factual information that is being generated based upon objective information rather than through the result of . . .
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