The e3 Factor came from thinking about how business succeeds. Obviously businesses have many moving parts and pieces that need to be strategically connected in order to reach success. Just think about a car that has thousands of parts and pieces working together, so does a solid business.
I was thinking one day about how businesses need to be EFFICIENT in their approach, and yet most companies have a struggle with this. That thought lead me to the idea that if the company is more efficient, then it can improve and become more EFFECTIVE in the way it generates leads, deals, strategic alliances, and ultimately profits. The best way to take this to the level of being efficient and effective, is to have then have proper and targeted EXECUTION.
Wrap all three of these together, and you have the e3 (e-cubed) Factor.
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