The muddled middle of management

The need to focus improvement efforts that earn real benefits

By Dominic Desmarais, Donald Kennedy and Simon P. Philbin

Theoretical physicist Neil Turok offers that the universe is surprisingly simple when looked at from the smallest and from the largest scales. Searching for new subatomic particles using the Large Hadron Collider in Europe, scientists discovered the Higgs boson and nothing else. At the smallest of scales, the physics appears to be simple, with limited formulas that describe fundamental behaviors of subatomic particles.

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