Turnover’s in freefall, stock price has fallen, workers are on strike and your CEO’s been caught putting his wife on the payroll. What you need is extreme management. But where do you get it? From Harvard.
Mark Stevens reveals what goes on inside the Harvard Business School and it’s revealing stuff. Chapter headings ‘First strike leadership’ and ‘the discipline of SWAT team management’ give away its military leanings, but it’s the build up to a fascinating read. ?:
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