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In this issue:

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  • "When Rivals Merge, Think Before You Follow Suit" by Thomas Keil and Tomi Laamanen.
  • FEATURE ARTICLES

  • "First, Let’s Fire All the Managers" by Gary Hamel.
  • "The Power of Collective Ambition" by Douglas A. Ready and Emily Truelove.
  • "The Ordinary Heroes of the Taj" by Rohit Deshpande and Anjali Raina.
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