“Experience is the worst teacher. It gives the test before presenting the lesson.” —Vernon Law This month, let’s throw away the to-do list and consider the not-to-do list as we examine the Art of Screwing Up. For more than a decade this column has been packed with insight from successful industry executives and managers on how to improve people, performance and profits. Most readers and operators naturally focus on getting better as a business strategy, but ...
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