BY FC EXPERT BLOGGER AARON LEVIE Wed Dec 7, 2011
Business schools and most jobs don’t teach you how important it is to sweat the small stuff.
In fact, we’re mostly told the opposite–don’t be a micromanager, don’t be penny wise and pound foolish, don’t miss the forest for the trees. The implied wisdom is that abstract and conceptual thinking always prevails over narrow determination and single-mindedness. And yet, when we look at the greatest inventions, greatest companies, and greatest teams of our time, their success always comes down to tireless concern over every last detail. To read more…
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