0707 | The Power of Reciprocal Loyalty with Daniel Korschun

0707 | The Power of Reciprocal Loyalty with Daniel Korschun

Daniel Korschun is an Associate Professor of Marketing at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business and the author of We Are Market Basket. In this interview, we discuss how the uniqueness of a business was due to the unique leadership of Arthur T. Demoulas and how reciprocal loyalty made for a successful business and a revolutionary act of followership.

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In This episode, You’ll Learn:

  • How to win by prioritizing stakeholders over shareholders
  • How culture drives a successful operation
  • The power of reciprocal loyalty

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