There is a deep irony at work in most of the companies and institutions where our readers spend their careers. These are organizations that ask for (and in most cases, desperately need) more innovation, more creativity and more risk-taking on the part of their managers. At the same time, their own business models force the same managers to spend most of their time dealing with rigid budgets, worrying about weekly financial "flash reports," hitting FTE ratios and " ...
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