The December issue of the Harvard Business Review examines the power of a company's history as a tool for shaping its future. To exemplify this phenomenon, the HBR invokes Dimensional's thirty-one-year history and David Booth's plans for the growth of the firm as he prepares to pass the torch to a new generation of managers.
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