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Oscar-winning actor Cliff Robertson lived the kind of leadership he portrayed as Peter Parker’s uncle in “Spiderman” delivering the line that gave “Spiderman” its moral heft: “With great power comes great responsibility.”
Last year, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings was Fortune's Business Person of the Year. Now, he’s getting slammed for what he acknowledges are a series of poor decisions and mishandled customer communications. Three lessons to learn from that:
Why Leaders Lie, a slim volume that tells the truth about lying, offers basic definitions of deception, which is designed to prevent others from knowing the truth. Deception includes lying, spinning and concealment ...
Stick to the plan: Chipotle Mexican Grill founder Steve Ells runs his place on rules. He limits the menu to four basic items, serves no coffee or dessert, and doesn’t mess with limited-time offers. Even room temperature is strictly regulated. Result: Revenue has tripled since 2006, to $2 billion.
Critics cast singer Mike Love as the villain who blunted Beach Boys leader Brian Wilson’s creative brilliance, but it was Love who brought coherence to Wilson’s greatest song, “Good Vibrations.”
If your company isn’t actually achieving and making progress, don’t send out a broadcast that claims otherwise. Employees will see straight through it.
Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Netscape and one of the biggest venture capitalists in Silicon Valley, finds MBA graduating classes to be a reliable contrary indicator.
You may think you don’t gamble, in life or in business. Bill Cosby says you do.
When you want to ignore a problem, defer it to someone else’s watch or wait for it to magically get better, you kick the can down the road. It’s a strategy that almost never works. So what can we do to deal with problems instead of avoiding them? Here are some ideas.
A blue ocean strategy means creating new, unexplored markets. Casella Wines did that with Yellow Tail wine. Like the vintner, take these four steps: