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Why Points of Difference Could Be What Brings Your Company Together

Someone "not like us" may be just who you need.
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Q: A prospective business partner is a strategic fit, and there is no evidence of impropriety or unethical behavior. However, I have heard that the new party can be difficult to work with and doesn’t operate the way my company does. Should I guide my team away from partnerships

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