Practical leadership--the 20/80 rule

Harback, Herb
July 1992
Engineer;Jul92, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p48
Trade Publication
Discusses a leadership decision making technique called the 20/80 leadership rule. Application in corporate and military worlds; Law of diminishing returns; Time value; Opportunity costs; Application exceptions; Focus on meeting less-than-absolute standards of performance and maintenance of momentum.


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