Leadership Strategy

Kinni, Theodore
October 2005
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Oct2005, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p17
This article discusses the leadership strategy of General Douglas MacArthur. It details General MacArthur's invasion of the port city of Inchon, Korea on September 15, 1950. At age 70, MacArthur was the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, the leader of Occupied Japan, Commander in Chief of the United Nations Command and leader of the allied forces in the Korean War. Seven lessons of Inchon are provided.


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