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Management Lessons From a Public Company Gone Private
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Unbridled innovation nearly crushed the Danish toymaker. Everything started to click when it focused on making smaller, more controlled, changes.
After $2.3 Billion Sale, Entrepreneur Shares the Secret to Growing His Business
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