A new study shows that large companies have a harder time making good decisions in their long-term plans.

The study was conducted by Credit Suisse Group AG, which is owned by Bank of America Corp. The report says that in the case of companies with 10 to 50 employees, only 33% of their managers are actually responsible for the day-to-day operations of the business.

They are, instead, tasked with taking on the big-picture role of managing the company’s long-lasting assets, like assets such as factories, offices, and warehouses.

This puts a lot of responsibility on the management team, and that can be very damaging, according to the study.

“This study suggests that big companies are often more difficult to work with than small ones, which has a lot to do with the way in which they manage their business,” says Peter B. Smith, chief executive officer of Credit Suise, which conducts the Credit Suis annual business survey.

“In our view, the management of large companies is a major obstacle for a large company.”

Banking firms, which also have a high degree of management responsibility, are typically the ones that need to be at the top of the chain of command, according the study, which surveyed 1,400 large financial firms.

These firms are usually more focused on short-term profits than long-run growth.

In a similar vein, the study suggests large companies that have less than 1,000 employees are less likely to be able to make good decisions about their long term assets.

The average size of a company in this group is about 1,500 employees.

The biggest challenge, according for large companies, is finding qualified people with the ability to work on their long lasting assets.

According to the Credit Stuarts report, most managers have less experience with long-range strategy and management.

It’s also a challenge to recruit and retain talented and motivated managers.

“It’s a challenge for a small company to attract and retain a great manager, and a great person is often the best person to lead a company,” Smith said.

Banks need to hire top-notch managers and recruit and train top-quality executives to help run the business, he said.

However, Smith says the banking industry is in an important transition period.

It’s not clear how long the big banks will remain a leader in financial services.

But in a time when companies are investing heavily in technology and cloud computing, there’s a risk that large banks will lose the market share they’ve gained in recent years.

“A lot of the banks will be moving into this cloud computing business,” Smith noted.

“There are going to be more and more customers that need more money, and this could mean a lot more money going to big banks.

It will also mean a change in the way we think about risk management.”

While the credit market is still relatively new, the report shows that companies with more than 100 employees have a hard time making decisions about long-running assets.

They may have a tendency to make too many decisions in a short period of time, and may also have too little experience managing assets.

Credit Suisse is a global investment bank with a global presence in the insurance, real estate, technology, and health care sectors.

It manages more than $4 trillion in assets.

Credit Suises research and consulting arm is a part of CreditSuisse Group, the world’s largest privately held mutual fund company.