Good Business Practice -Scapegoat or Superstar

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The World Cup is upon us and so for the next four weeks life comes to a standstill. Already meetings are being planned for the week after the final as everyone assumes that his or her team will feature on July the 10th.

One thing however is certain; someone will emerge as a superstar and there will be at least one scapegoat. Reputations will be made and lost in the four weeks, and no matter what they achieve or do not achieve after the World Cup, the tag of superstar or scapegoat will stay with them for the ...

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