Recently, I was talking with a college dining director who is an old friend, and our conversation turned to a colleague whom we both knew well. The director in question’s administration had sought an independent, comparative review of the dining operations. Not a good sign, and usually a signal that outsourcing or a restructuring would be coming down the pike. “He just lost his ‘peripheral vision,’” my friend said. “He had a great reputation, but ...

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