What I Learned About Management Consulting from a Store Window

In the late 1970s, Princeton, N.J. oozed upper crustiness; a sleepy college town that perched like a yacht’s captain above the sea of surrounding, middle class communities. Residents represented a comfortable mix of the cream of the crop: bow-tied, brainiac professors at the university, quirky savants at the Institute for Advanced Study and blue-suited Wall Streeters who commuted to Manhattan while captaining industry.

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