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David Collis - Harvard Business School professor

“Most executives cannot articulate the objective, scope, and advantage of their business in a simple statement. If they can’t, neither can anyone else.”

DAVID COLLIS - HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL PROFESSOR

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