“Do you know how much money I would pay for that kind of information?” A senior level executive, at one of the fastest growing companies in America, said, and then sat back and pondered the answer to his own question.
What would you do if a key employee in a critical position suddenly resigned, became ill or was terminated today? Would there be a mad scramble as you tried to recover or would you be prepared to carry on in a productive manner?
It’s the spring of 1991 at a family restaurant on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. My dad was in town visiting me towards the end of my sophomore year, and I was preparing to share with him over breakfast my chosen major in business.
Within our complex economy, there is a movement afoot. The movement’s mantra is called “Develop, Develop, Develop.” Leaders need to pay attention to this movement because their employees certainly are.
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