What leaders can learn from children's books

04/21/2014 | Quartz

Leaders should consider learning from children's books, which tend to be more concise and captivating than management books, says former KPMG and American Red Cross official Pam Rogers, now a children's librarian. Among some recommendations: "First the Egg" for its lessons on innovation; "The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore" for its advice on cultivating talent; and Neil Gaiman's "Instructions" for leaders in uncertain situations.

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