A little paranoia

Buell, Barbara
April 1997
Across the Board;Apr97, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
Examines the importance of executive perceptions to competitive performance. Findings of the study conducted by Stanford University's David Montgomery and Northeastern University's Bruce Clark about executive performance; Explanations of Montgomery about paranoia.


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