Adomas Matusevičius on Business of delivering hard to deliver stuffLogistics pro. In an interesting way.Some time ago
One of the first things I understood or was forced to understand in my career was that Client always comes first. I know it sounds like an outdated and worn out slogan, but I felt it the most, when tried working for a company, that was detached from its Clients by forming a wall of corporate nonsense or just imagining that the impeccable business model or solid market share is all that’s needed to generate profit. Don’t take me too literally - I’m not saying that Client is always right. No. He just has to come first. Even if decisions that you feel might not be instant margin gainers, but are what your Clients expect from your company, are often the way to go. I’m not talking about lost negotiations or weakness of company representatives. I’m talking more of a decision - long or short term success. Nothing new here. Only the surprise, that this is not as common sense as one might think.

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Rūta SimanaitytėMaster’s degree 👩🏻‍🔬| Working in 👩🏻‍💻| Ultimate 🐕 ❤️
Common sense is not so common :)
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Adomas MatusevičiusLogistics pro. In an interesting way.
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