One day in the mid-1990s, a handful of executives from the Pulitzer Publishing Corporation sorted themselves into teams, sprawled out on a hotel room floor, and started playing with Legos. The conceit was to show how building something small–from a couple dozen Legos, for instance–could provide lessons on how to build something big, like a newspaper.Read More
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