Difficult Conversations Can Jump Start Company Innovation
Company innovation can happen when we least expect it. In this Entrepreneur Magazine article, our CEO Danielle Sabrina discusses how difficult conversations can jump start innovation.
Harley-Davidson was in trouble in the early eighties. The booming popularity of imported Japanese motorcycles cut Harley’s market share from 75 percent to a flickering 25 percent. To protect the homegrown brand’s viability, CEO Vaughn Beals adopted an authoritarian stance modeled after the fearsomely efficient managers at his Japanese competitors…continue reading.
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