I do observe companies that are courageous and intentionally confronting the "brutal truth" about their brand, their segment, and their talent, as Jim Collins advised in the book "Built to Last." These companies are not afraid to recognize that the marketplace and workplace are changing and that they have fallen behind. With that clarity they make changes that improve performance. Finally, as you have heard me say many times, you typically don't win a ...

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