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Everyone is accountable

Accountability.  Everybody talks about it, but few really practice it.  In its purest form, accountability is a contract to carry out a specific responsibility, and if the responsibility is time-sensitive, to carry it out within a specific time frame.  The problem is, for many people,  accountability isn’t viewed as a contract, but more of a

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“What Everybody Knows Is Frequently Wrong.”

In his book, “A Class With Drucker” William Cohen talks about the “lost lessons” he learned from renowned management guru, Peter Drucker, as a first-year graduate student in Drucker’s classroom.  One of those lessons was to disregard so-called “conventional wisdom,” avoid being a crowd follower, and draw your own conclusions about a situation based on

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