After being in the business of capturing and preserving memorable moments for so long, the death of the 132-year-old Eastman Kodak company is a sad moment, but does it hold lessons for the staffing industry? Let's take a look. First, let's set the stage a bit.Now, in closing, let's go back to Mark Zupan, Dean of the Simon School at the
University of Rochester. "If you're not willing to cannibalize yourself, others will do it for you."

"If you're not willing to cannibalize yourself, others will do it for you."

Indeed.

So, what do you think? Is there a Kodak moment ahead for the staffing business? Or will it be business as usual for the foreseeable future?

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