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"Love for the game" is a sports cliche, but it describes a diehard mentality for leaders and employees in all professions. A new biography of legendary football coach Bill Parcells offers several instructive examples of how you'll know if your career is also your calling.
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The bigger the budget you have, the lazier you get.
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The most effective management practices aren't incidental -- they are tied directly to your company's values.