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Georg finds that the company's success is stagnating and that resources are being used in projects in a way that is anything but optimal. All this despite the fact that the entire company is making an enormous effort in planning and coordination. However, the scheduling of new customer orders cannot even be simulated.
However, the Board of Directors always demands up-to-date reports from Georg on current business and in some cases wants to see detailed evaluations.
Georg usually has to rely on statements from department heads for this, although he knows that their data probably does not correspond to the truth either.
Georg is not alone in this: 85% of all managing directors suffer from this.
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