Old-school leadership practices worth resurrecting

04/12/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

The middle of the 20th century wasn't exactly a golden age of good management, but there are some elements of 1950s business culture worth resurrecting, writes John Coleman. Midcentury business leaders knew how to dress for success, how to take long, refreshing lunches and vacations, and how to stick to a schedule, Coleman explains.

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