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# Extreme reliance on metrics that have brought success

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Extreme reliance on metrics that have brought success  [#permalink]

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02 Mar 2019, 00:28
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Extreme reliance on metrics that have brought success in the past is likely to make a company miss opportunities that are created by disruptions in technology and consumer behavior.

A. Extreme reliance on metrics that have brought success in the past is likely to make a company miss opportunities that are created by disruptions in technology and

B. A company’s extreme reliance on metrics that have brought success in the past is likely to make it miss opportunities that are created by disruptions in technology and

C. A company that is extremely reliant on metrics that have brought success in the past makes it likely to miss opportunities that are created by disruptions in technology and

D. Being extremely reliant on metrics that have brought it success in the past is likely to make a company miss opportunities that it created by disruptions in technology and

E. Extreme reliance on metrics that had been successful in the past is likely to make a company miss opportunities created by disruptions in technology and those in
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Re: Extreme reliance on metrics that have brought success  [#permalink]

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02 Mar 2019, 00:43
B. ... to make it miss.... the pronoun ‘it’ can not referred.
C. ... makes it likely to miss.... Also there is the same mistake.
D. ...brought it success... . Incorrect.
E. Incorrect comparison
A is correct

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