From Football to Formula One: How Scandals Will Scar Your Legacy
if you are not a serious sports fan, it would have been hard
to escape at least some of last week’s news coverage
of a spying scandal involving one of the leading teams in
professional sports. The largest fines and the most severe
penalties in the history of the sport were levied in connection
with the unauthorized acquisition and gathering of information
about one team by another.
those of you who have immediately filled in the name of Coach
Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots of the National
Football League, think again.
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Football to Formula One: How Scandals Will Scar Your Legacy
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Thinking: How To Create A Lasting Difference Through Your
of us never deliberately attempt to learn much about the full
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of how we helped increase market share, how many new markets
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targets. We rarely see how our work has also influenced people.
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