Do U.S. bosses need to rediscover their autocratic streak?

01/19/2011 | Management-Issues (U.K.)

The touchy-feely democratization of the American workplace has left U.S. companies at a competitive disadvantage, writes Myra White, and bosses should rediscover their autocratic streaks to put things right. Don't worry about hurting your workers' feelings, White writes. Studies show that workers who are used to deliberating endlessly over business decisions often welcome the efficiency and clarity conferred by more decisive leadership.

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