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Business Week’s Jena McGregor asked in the Management IQ blog, in light of the current economic crisis, “Are fresh management ideas dead? Does the pendulum swing back to cost-cutting and efficiency drives mean we’re headed for a time when innovative ideas are crushed? I posted the following: Read the rest of this entry »

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