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A Lesson in Visionary Leadership from NBA Hall of Fame Coach Phil Jackson

“The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” 

–– NBA basketball Hall of Fame inductee and 11-time Championships Coach Phil Jackson ––

An enduring quote from NBA basketball Hall of Fame inductee and 11-time championships coach Phil Jackson whose unorthodox leadership style rooted heavily in Native American theism and his enamored following of ‘Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance’ earned him the endearing ‘Zen Master’ moniker from his colleagues and friends.

Jackson’s words align with Vendorship Inc.’s operational team-focused philosophy. And they carry so much weight in fact, that we carry them just as prominently in memorized presence on our website’s landing page  We Make Government Contracting Easy™