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This book appears to be written by a couple young guys who are very well educated but not so well experienced in management. Right up front (p. 11) they support the title of their book by stating great managers "consistently disregard the golden rule" (do onto others as you would like others to do onto you). That is nonsense and that is exactly what got the executives of Enron and numerous other corporations in BIG trouble.
This book was written in 1999 at the height of the deception going on by executives at Enron, Worldcom, Tyco International and multiple others before their inflated bubble burst. Leadership authors and speakers like these do a great disservice to those who… Read more