The question of “which not one of the ten steps of “industry intelligence” described in your readings?” is one you can ask yourself. You’ll learn more about what you’re doing and what you’re not actually doing while watching your actions.
A second question is can you really be sure your actions are doing what you think they are doing? I mean I could spend a day watching me and my coworkers be extremely efficient in a variety of situations and I could very well be doing something that I don’t think I’m doing. Sure, I could be doing something that is blatantly counterproductive to our company goals, but I don’t think that’s true in a million and one instances.
We all do things we dont think are right or good, but that doesnt mean those things are doing what we think they are doing. It would be like me trying to be superman and doing everything superman does. That would be a lie.
When I say “industry intelligence,” I mean people who are not only intelligent, but who have a strong desire to be. My family and I are a huge fan of the term “finance and politics” and the fact is I’m pretty sure you couldnt go to a movie theater without people asking questions about whether or not the president is a banker.
The problem with that is the word “industry” implies that everyone and their mother gets to be an industry and everyone and their mother is a banker. In reality, they arent any different. If you get a job at Walmart, you are in fact a part of the retail industry, and if you end up working at an online retailer, you are in fact a part of the online industry. The difference is that you arent part of a group that controls the industry.
The retail industry is largely controlled by a group of small retail chains, and the online industry is controlled by a group of large corporations. The government, the government-run banks, the government-run corporations, and the government-run banks all have a role in the retail and online industry. So if the government has a role in regulating the retail industry, it would be ridiculous to think that the government has a role in regulating the online industry.
That the government has a role in regulating the retail industry is an incredibly small part of the government’s role. If the government has a role in the retail industry, it would be ridiculous to think that the government has a role in regulating the online industry. But we already know that it is possible to be regulated by the government. The fact that there is a government role in regulating the online industry is a complete non-issue.
The government has a role in regulating the online industry (as in, it’s not government-owned), but that role is limited by its role in regulating government activity. The government has a role in regulating the retail industry, but it is not government-owned.
The government does have a role in regulating the retail industry, it is not government-owned, but it is limited by its role in regulating retail activity.
In regards to the point that the government is the arbiter in the online industry (which is not government-owned), it is not government-owned, but it isn’t limited by its role in regulating online activity.