Speaking About Accountability at The MIT Sloan School of Management

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I was in Boston this week.  I always enjoy Boston.  It’s great to run along the Charles River and I have to have my clam chowder at Legal Seafood.  But, the real treat was being invited to speak to the graduate students at the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Each year MIT suspends classes for a week and has the Sloan Innovation Period.  I was honored to be one of the outside faculty brought in to address the students.  It was great sharing ideas about accountability, strategic planning and business growth.  The class was incredibly diverse with students from around the world.  They were eager to hear what I had to share and they embraced my ideas on proactive accountability with open arms.

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