Tuesday, July 12, 2011

The Fall Of Brandeis-Bardin Institute

Luke Ford writes:


I think Dennis was talking on the radio Jun. 28, 2011 about Brandeis-Bardin: “Individuals make and break the world… Do you know how many organizations I’ve seen that were great because its leader was great and then the leader died or retired and the place became nothing? It just shriveled up and died.

“I have a personal story about it. It’s one of the only things I don’t recount because it would be too injurious to specific individuals. I know of what I speak on a personal level where the leader leaves and the people thought that what was great about the institution was its policies, its methodologies. Doesn’t matter who led it. Then when good leaders left, the methodologies were useless.”


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