"Tennessee railroader" transformed Canadian National

06/9/2010 | Financial Post (Canada)

During his 11-year run with Canadian National Railway, "Tennessee railroader" Hunter Harrison steered the company into uncharted areas of profitability, worth and pride. "I wanted to bring lasting change that would become ingrained into the company," said Harrison, who retired in 2009. Two of his more successful ventures: "Hunter Camps" that treated small groups of employees to barbecue and bonding, and the "precision railroading" concept that charted freight, not train, arrival times.

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