This post is published on New Year’s Eve. No-one reads blogs on New Year’s Eve – unless you do…
But it’s a Big Idea. We know that because, every New Year’s Eve, millions of people gather in groups from 3 to 300,000 – maybe even more. And they spend billions of dollars, Pounds, Euros, and Yen on food, drink, parties, and fireworks.
New Year’s Eve has become one of – maybe ‘the’ – biggest secular celebrations in the calendar. But, is there any more to it than that?
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Each week, we feature a different management ‘Big Idea’.
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