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Jul 3

What is the hardest part about achieving the PBB Mindset? What is the best part about it?

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Edited: Jul 3

In Marathon County, County Administrator Brad Karger discusses how he guided his organization to obtaining a PBB mindset (see here for more). We want to know what you think is the biggest barrier to achieving that mindset and what the best part is after you reach the first finish line!

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