DETROIT – Piano Concerto No. 3 took Ludwig Van Beethoven nearly three years to produce because he wanted to study the works of the best composers, specifically Wolfgang Mozart. His goal was not to copy the masters, but to learn from them as he sought to set new musical benchmarks. Learning from the works of others isn’t a phenomenon isolated to music. It’s a common process used in the business world. The latest example of learning from the best can be seen at General Motors’ new Lansing ...
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