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Creating Corporate Longevity


Creating Corporate Longevity

Strategic leadership can shape a business to go the distance.

How do you create a company that will evolve and only get better with time? In this video Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor Robert A. Burgelman outlines a framework to do that just that.

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