Thursday, 5 June 2008

Opportunity management III - Not opportunism

Successful opportunity management differs from opportunism in a number of ways.

It depends on an informed idea of direction where opportunism does not. It takes into account external expectations and perspectives while opportunism is overtly linked with furthering self-interest.

Above all, successful opportunity management is driven by an assured self-knowledge and an awareness of how well one might fit within a particular place and time. Opportunism demands neither, is more random and far less concerned with delivering satisfaction and fulfilment over time.

The objective to succinctly define opportunity management in a work/life fusion context continues...

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