Relaxing Under Fire

Oncken III, William
August 2000
Executive Excellence;Aug2000, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p17
Gives advice to executives on how to continually improve their creativity, originality, imagination and innovation. Association with people who are proven leaders and decision-makers; Value of reading history and biographies; Opportunity for avoiding mistakes through insights from readings; Importance of allocating time for reading.


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