Who you know can trump what you know

August 2014
Smart Business Pittsburgh;Aug2014, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p22
The article focuses on the leadership traits of an effective leader. It states that the leaders should know how to get people motivated and have the ability to innovate with the existing products and concepts. It states the leaders should have a creative bend of mind, but also have the ability to use concepts already developed to conceive a new product or service.


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