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Why We Need More Company Failures (Small Ones Preferred)

By Frank Lessiter, Chairman From the Frankly Speaking column of the December 2018 Lessiter Link newsletter Measuring a company's success often boils down to its staff having a "can do" or a "can't do" attitude. When there's a lack of enthusiasm for new ideas, a company simply can't grow. In fact, it may not survive.…
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Lessiter Media Interns Embrace EOS

When this semester’s interns arrived at LM, they were handed a copy of What the Heck is EOS?, the same book that was read by the staff. In addition to reading the book, each intern was to outline one ROCK, or goal, for the quarter. In November, the interns discussed the book and their ROCKs…
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