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March 24, 2008

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Ragu Bharadwaj

Gerstner's lunch lecture was indeed one of the most practical leadership lectures I've attended. It made me realize what a sorry job we do at developing leadership and how the dots connect with long term performance.

Masaya Haraguchi

I work for advertising agency in Japan and
I've read your blog regurally since last year and often swayed by your opinion. From the starting to read, I've been wondering how you think about the business style of Lou Gastner. Because I sympathized his book.
Today, after reading your blog, I could deeply understand why I love to read both your works. I would deeply appreciate your implication.

Makio Yamazaki

Irving-san,Thank you for your nice blog. I leaned too many important things from your blog.
You said 「The hero need not die at the end, but he/she must undergo a change in fortune.
In addition, the tragic hero may achieve some revelation or recognition about human fate, destiny,
and the will of the gods」.
"Team-work" and "Organizational Culture" would be more and more important for us,
beacause of "The world is Flat".

Leadership Styles

engineering and management. To kick off our discussion, I read a paragraph from Lou's book, which I had used in the section on organizational culture in the class:

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