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Mike Kennedy is helping the commissioner transform the National Basketball Association into a world-class learning organization.
Amy’s Kitchen baked the company’s idiosyncratic culture, values and sustainable business model into a homegrown Leadership Academy.
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Signature Healthcare’s Chief People Officer Mary McNevin is changing the lives of employees and patients through learning.