W. Chan Kim & Renée Mauborgne Interview

Walking through Barbizon, the northern French village des peintres, home of the 19th-century artist Jean-François Millet, Professor W. Chan Kim makes an expansive gesture: “This place is a creative hub,” he says, smiling broadly, as he watches another pack of tourists disgorging from a bus . . .

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