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A polar explorer, Ernest Shackleton, faced harsh conditions as he attempted to reach the South Pole in 1914. The story of this expedition is a compelling story of leadership when disaster strikes again and again. Modern corporate leadership can learn something from this story.
Read "Leadership Lessons From the Shackleton Expedition" from The New York Times.
Infamous frauds and financial crises have wrecked the public’s faith in business in recent years. This led many companies to try to repair the damage by emphasizing codes of ethics. But we do not have a crisis of ethics in business today. We have a crisis of trust.
Read "Trust Me" from The Wall Street Journal.
The passing of Steve Jobs has caused much reflection in the popular press. While not perfect or easy to be around, he clearly fundamentally changed many important things. A couple important lessons are outlined in this short article.
Read "Steve Jobs and Taking the Big Chance" from The New York Times.
The U. S. auto industry is in a period of extraordinary transition as it addresses new drive trains, new designs and manufacturing processes, and a number of new global competitors. Let’s hope they are up to the task.
Read "Is the US Auto Industry Ready for Growth?" from Strategy + Business.
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