Business & Organizational Leverage: Behavior in Economic Considerations and Why Blue Swayed Shoos

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Business & Organizational Leverage: Behavior in Economic Considerations and Why Blue Swayed Shoos

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E-Briefing - The Stackhouse Agency, LLC

Keywords: acquisition, behavior, business leverage, consistency, consumers, customers, economics, feeling, free market, legitimacy, place, status, stimuli, sway

Word Count: 1,552

Abstract: 

The free market is dynamic.  Specialization and choice are components of the free market.  Various business models exist.  A viable organization has certain areas of approach towards those within and outside the organization.  Insights from behavioral economics are increasingly beneficial in business and organizational leverage.  This is a means of legitimately working towards goals and improvements.  “Business focus and the implementation of strategy from behavioral economics assist in delivering momentum when encountering subtle yet pervasive blues, reduced customer experience and sentiment, a shooing away of customers, and the subsequent lack of gains from minimizing business leverage utilization.”

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E-Briefing - The Stackhouse Agency, LLC

Business & Organizational Leverage: Behavior in Economic Considerations and Why Blue Swayed Shoos

by: Brent Stackhouse, MBA