How do I not screw up my veterinary clinic's first open-book meeting?

How do I not screw up my veterinary clinic's first open-book meeting?

Be up front and get the conversation started. You'll be glad you did.
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Nov 14, 2012

Introducing your veterinary team to open-book management may be a stressful prospect. But Dr. Ross Clark says you should dive right in and incorporate every employee to get the ball rolling.

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