Taking charge: a practical guide for leaders

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National Defense University Press, 1986 - Business & Economics - 234 pages
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Provides a practical guide for leaders who head large and complex organizations. Helps the leader set standards of excellence and high integrity through the use of case studies, checklists, helpful hints, rules of thumb, and other techniques. Written in a clear, crisp style. A valuable resource -- its messages jump out at the reader due to its authenticity. Bibliography.

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A sage manual from a member of one of the best organized and best led organizations in society: the U.S. military. One may think those in the military would take a very iron fisted approach to leadership, but actually the opposite is true. At times, even an egalitarian approach. A very humble and inspiring way of approaching leadership which to boost sounds like an effective way.  

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twenty fundamentals
3
the vital nature of
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the right people for the right jobs
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