Real leadership isn't just about getting results

03/18/2010 | BNET

Managing by objectives -- the results-focused management style that tells executives to let other people worry about the details -- is a quick route to disaster, argues Margaret Heffernan. How problems are solved speaks to a company's culture and direction, so bosses who pass the buck on the "how" questions risk losing control of their organization.

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