It's easy to find systemic failures that led to the banking crisis, but Yale School of Management's Jeffrey Sonnenfeld says individual leaders made decisions that sealed their fates, such as when Jamie Dimon bucked the trend and steered JPMorgan Chase to high ground. "One major lesson ... is that courage and character really matter, not just intelligence and financial literacy," Sonnenfeld says.

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