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There Is No ’I’ In ’Team’

 Tuesday, June 28, 2022

 Insurance Thought Leadership

Let’s talk talent. Let’s talk football. My columns for Insurance Thought Leadership share best practices from outside insurance. For example, Amazon in digital customer experience, and AWS in large program management.

Sticking with the A’s, this piece on talent is from outside tech altogether: Alabama Crimson Tide football.

For readers unaware, Nick Saban is arguably the most successful college football coach in the history of the sport. Mr. Saban owns a 269-67-1 career record, and his seven national championships--one at LSU and six at Alabama--are the most all-time.

Winning, Saban would be the first to tell you, requires talent. Alabama has landed the top recruiting class in eight of the past 13 years and was top three in the other five.

Success breeding success, today Alabama practically sells itself to top recruits, players interested in practicing against, and playing with, the best, toward winning championships and a lucrative career in the NFL. But it wasn’t always that way.
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