"A first job may be similar to one's experience with grade school," Larry Ragan wrote in a private memoir. "It becomes engraved in the memory." And since Larry was my first boss, he is engraved in my memory.
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(This article originally appeared in Newsweek Japan on October 28, 2010 in Japanese)
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