Why CEOs shouldn't try to go it alone

01/16/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

CEOs need to be team players to get things done, says Bill Kling, founder of the American Public Media Group. That means developing an executive team that offers a range of perspectives and includes people capable of filling in the gaps in your own skill set. "You never have all the pieces. ... Anybody who tells you that they can do it all themselves needs an ego adjustment," Kling says.

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