The positive impact of most cost-cutting efforts is short-lived, as individuals revert to past behaviors and spending habits. As normalcy returns, so can costs and head count. How do you keep the spirit alive? How do you make cost consciousness an organizational capability and a shared mind-set, rather than a bunch of rules that are resented and resisted? Look to the following strategic, operational, organizational, and cultural levers to help you sustain the change.
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