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Jan112011

Saving Pixar

It’s easy to forget that “loyalty” includes loyalty down as well as loyalty up. At the Harvard Business Review blog, Stanford’s Bob Sutton reminds us with the awe-inspiring story of how Ed Catmull and Alvy Ray Smith risked everything to protect their team—the Computer Graphics group at Lucasfilm, and future founding employees of Pixar—from counter-productive layoffs.