Rethinking Ids From The Bottom UpDavid Greising
Becky Roloff never intended to turn her company inside out. One night two years ago in her living room in Bloomington, Minn., the IDS Financial Services vice-president was leafing through a 15-page internal company report about the high level of employee turnover. What she read was fauseating in its lack of insight. "My stomach hurt," she recalls.
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