The early returns weren't promising. After taking almost three years to establish a common vision and standardizing operations across its nine dealerships, the Kelly Management Group saw 2001 profits drop and employee turnover increase. Talk about having something blow up in your face. But those early results weren't completely unexpected. Company management realized developing processes and changing the way business is done always puts off employees who can't get past, "We've never done ...
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