Management by going away

Gendron, George
July 2001
Inc.;Jul2001, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p13
Explains that sometimes business can be better managed by letting employees do their work and entrust to them the operations of the company. Story of a business owner who let his managers manage the company when his son died in a car accident; How leaders think of the value of their leadership in an organization.


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