3 myths that undercut your executive team

10/26/2009 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Bad decisions are often a result of incorrect assumptions about effective management practices, Bob Frisch writes. Among them: that executives are all equal. But, Frisch argues, "some people and some functions carry much more weight than others. It's more like the House of Representatives, where California has more votes than Rhode Island, and the Speaker of the House has more influence than a freshman congressman."

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