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MESSAGE FROM sajid A. khan


Founder of Merrill Lynch Technology

Dear Group Members,

Welcome to the July edition of MicroAgility’s newsletter. We hope that you enjoy the issue and find it to be appropriately informative.

Decision-making is an art attributed to leaders within organizations. The key to a good decision lies in identifying and choosing alternatives based on explicit or tactical knowledge. By inducing participative management, decision makers invite input from employees on all company decisions, thereby promoting employee empowerment, morale, creativity, and retention of key employees.

Participative management also promotes the formation of teams, which helps leaders in rethinking and redesigning the way work is done to better support an organization’s mission and reduce its costs. This method promotes Business Process Improvement (BPI) in organizations.

If you are in the process of rethinking and redesigning your business processes, meeting your customers’ expectations while reducing costs and maintaining efficiency, contact us with a brief note and let’s get started.”

Thank you very much for your continued support, trust, and association.

Sincerely,

Sajid Khan, Your Business Partner

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