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APICS 2009 Convention: Day 2
The conference really started today, with a general session featuring guest star speaker Jason Jennings, business thought leader and best-selling author. And

jokes and pranks  learned a few new jokes and found out who the most effective (and by “effective,” we mean “adaptable”)  companies in the world are (among them: IKEA, Staples, Koch, and Smuckers). You’ll notice that not all of them are among the most financially successful companies worldwide. Jennings talked about the five discoveries he has made through research of more than 74,000 organizations worldwide about leadership traits found in the fastest, most innovative, best-performing, greatest places to work:

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