One of the more thoughtful looks at the new Trump presidency. Reprinted from Forbes Magazine. All rights retained by their owner.
Volumes have already been written since the inauguration of Donald Trump about how the 45th U.S. president will likely steer the nation. Much of the chatter has been
(Originally posted at Harvard Business Review)
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