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Of the following, which represents a force for stability in an organization? (Points : 1) Control Cost containment Transaction costs Competitive advantage
Competitive advantage a force for stability in an organization.
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User: Of the following, which represents a force for stability in an organization? (Points : 1) Control Cost containment Transaction costs Competitive advantage

Weegy: Competitive advantage a force for stability in an organization.
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User: Which of the following is a key factor in allowing a small business to remain competitive? (Points : 1) Access to needed capital Always growing larger Having a large workforce Diversity in supply chain

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