Review :

This isn't exactly a self-help book, but it is wise counsel concerning good leadership and the promotion of an atmosphere of trust amid the neverending quest for the best information and advice from colleagues and, especially, subordinates. Stow Lovejoy is an excellent narrator, but I liked the content so much I bought the hardback version as well.

As usual for Harvard Business School, the author analyzes numerous case studies from Presidents to football coaches, from the business world to academia. Anyone in a leadership position will very likely benefit from pondering the dynamics of decision-making described in this book.

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