After 70 years in business, McCord Communications of Anniston and Gadsden, Alabama is no more. How did that happen?
We call it the buggy builder syndrome, a condition that reflects an inability to adapt to changing conditions. The Internet, consolidation, foreign competition, and diminishing profits have changed the way business in a way unequaled in history.
At the same time, change creates new opportunities for those who can recognize and adapt to new ways of doing business. Some adapt by consolidation, others by controlling access to critical infrastructure and technology.
We think the right way is to capitalize on experience and adapt to the new business opportunities brought about by change. You can learn more about our thoughts on this subject with an explanation of the buggy builder syndrome by clicking here. For additional information on the closing of McCord Communications, click here.
Photo courtesy of the Anniston Star
Welcome to our Blog site. Going forward, the following will be our only post for 2017. We've been on the web for a long, long time, but we figured it was time to do something different. You can read all about our 2017 Plan in the post below. In closing, let me share the words of my favorite poet - And they copied, and they copied, but they couldn't copy my mind, so I left them sweating and stealing, a year and a half behind. Rudyard Kipling