Great Leaders Embrace Office Politics

Michael Chang Wenderoth, Harvard Business Review, Apr 11, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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So says the Hrvard Business Review: "There is strong evidence that our work ratings, bonuses, and promotions are weakly correlated to actual performance — in fact, performance may even matter less to our success than our political skills and how we are perceived by those who make the decisions." I'm not sure that this is what creates 'great' leaders, but it does characterize the nature of those who survive.

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