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Jeff DeGraff – Competing Values Framework

Jeff DeGraff – Competing Values Framework

Yellow (Part 1)

Jeff DeGraff Explains the Competing Values Framework – “Collaborate” – at an Executive MBA program at the Ross Business School, University of Michigan

Blue (Part 2)

Red (Part 3)

Green (Part 4)


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