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In June of 2000, the combative Durk Jager resigned as CEO of Procter & Gamble after a tenure that had lasted only seventeen months. When he left P&G, its stock had declined 50 percent, it had lost $320 million in the most recent quarter, half of its brands were losing market share, and the firm […] The post 3 Ways to Encourage Knowledge Flow appeared first on Michael Lee Stallard.
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