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Ellyn McColgan is the latest to leave Fidelity. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Photo) Wendy Maeda/Globe Photo
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Dangerous job claims one more

By Steve Bailey
Globe Columnist / August 8, 2007

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Ned Johnson, the visionary who built Fidelity Investments into the nation's largest mutual fund company, has long been a believer in the Japanese workplace philosophy of "kaizen," which emphasizes constant change as a way to improve efficiency. He is certainly familiar with this old Japanese proverb: The fish rots from the head down. (Full article: 645 words)

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