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100 More Great Leadership Ideas by Jonathan Gifford

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SOURCES & FURTHER READING

 

1. Abandon failed projects

Louis Gerstner, Who Says Elephants Can’t Dance, HarperCollins, 2002, pp 138–9

Richard Branson, Business Stripped Bare, Virgin Books, 2009, p 177

2. Ask for discretionary effort

Brian Dumaine, ‘How I Delivered the Goods,’ Fortune Small Business, October 2002, Vol. 12, Issue 8 http://cnnmon.ie/10ghLr3

Alynda Wheat, ‘The Chairman Of the Board Looks Back,’ Fortune, May 28, 2001, Vol. 143, Issue 11 http://cnnmon.ie/XY6BNm

3. Be accessible

Adam Nagourney,’ Bloomberg Vows to Work at Center of Things,’ New York Times, December 25, 2001 http://nyti.ms/18wOTSw

Brad Stone, Brian Womack, ‘The Education of Larry Page,’ BusinessWeek, April 9, 2012, Issue 4274 http://buswk.co/YxonCc

4. Be consultative ...

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