If Tiger Woods is golf's de facto chief executive, he's doing a pretty shoddy job, writes Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Dean Yash Gupta, in this roundup of reactions to Woods' recent troubles. "For the 'CEO of golf' or any other leader who is famous and highly regarded, transparency is crucial," Gupta adds. "When such a leader makes a mistake, he has to take responsibility for it."

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