Incremental Improvement, Part 1

In 1978 I was hired as the summer camp program director for Camp Tecumseh YMCA in Indiana. Tecumseh suffered from the same fate as most camps in the ’70s — dwindling enrolment, deteriorating facilities, and crippling deficits that predicted eventual demise. Related Article: Incremental Improvement, Part 2 The board took a “one last noble effort” stand and hired visionary leaders in Richard “Dick” Marsh and Dave Wright with the goal of creating a “world class camp”… or else. We’re talking …

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