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Guerrilla Group Culture 1 Guerrilla Group Culture Nicole Mills BUS/210 02/02-2011 Hari Widjaja
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Guerrilla Group Culture 2 Guerrilla Group Culture As a virtual assistant with Guerrilla Group, the associate’s job is what she makes of it, because the daily services are provided within her own home. However, the following paragraphs will illustrate the Guerrilla Group’s business model, structure, and culture. Each element will contribute to the success of the company. With a clear vision of purpose and goals, the company will be more equipped to determine what changes must take place to flourish and grow. The culture will encourage associates to become more motivated and committed. The Guerrilla Group is interested in maintaining long-term relationships not only with clients, but employees as well. The business model for Guerrilla group will outline goals and objectives as well as provide details on how the company will compete for clients. The ultimate goal is to become a profitable organization, providing competitive compensation for employees who wish to make
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