Bosses should prize bravery, not obedience

04/1/2012 | Inc. online (free registration)

Military leadership isn't just about issuing orders and expecting them to be followed blindly, says U.S. Army officer Fred Krawchuk. Rather, it's about training people to have the courage to make their own decisions and adapt rapidly to complex environments and changing situations. "Obedience is just too simple," Krawchuk says. "In a highly complex situation, anything too simple doesn't work."

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