Executive Leadership

That precocious 8-year-old, Google, continues to thrive on the edge of chaos, a place that allows innovation and growth.

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When Microsoft executive John Wood went hiking in Nepal in 1998, he
didn’t figure on stumbling across a school that owned only four books
locked away in a cabinet like icons.

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In his childhood, Harry Houdini didn’t have any of the traits that the
great stage magicians of his time possessed.

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Big American companies rank as the best in the world at training new
leaders, a new survey reveals, but certain practices once touted as
great leadership training only waste time and money.

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Retired U.S. Army Gen. William A. Cohen wants you to know that you can learn to lead.

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Without an official role in governing Britain, Queen Elizabeth II
nevertheless has influenced world politics in her position as head of
the Commonwealth, and some of the member nations also recognize her as
their queen.

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During his early years, former college football coach Lou Holtz learned to practice his “WIN” strategy: “What’s important now?”

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As a working-class kid from a family made nomadic by the Great Depression, Clint Eastwood still wonders how he got so far.

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When Robert Diggs, producer and “concept-crazed musical visionary” of
the hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan, is asked about Americans’ need for
superheroes, he becomes animated.

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Shortly after arriving at Harvard Business School, Jamie Dimon and
members of his class were assigned a case about a failing cranberry
co-op.

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