Strategic Change at A-Way Express Courier
The core decision for A-Way is whether to focus on its current strategy by continuing to achieve benefits for the 50–70 staff who are employed by the social purpose enterprise or refocus the strategy and leverage its resources to attain goals that will help more people to transition to different mainstream employment or implement a blended strategy that will incorporate elements of both strategic options.
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