How not to manage like Dick Fuld or Genghis Khan

05/5/2009 | Financial Times (free content)

A go-getter CEO sometimes has to push people beyond their comfort zone to get things done. But a boss who pushes hard all the time is a bully, and management by bullying ends badly, says columnist Stefan Stern. New research by Buck Consultants shows that managers who impose change on staff are only moderately successful and that true two-way communication yields better results.

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