Why C.E.O.’s Succeed (and Why They Fail): Hunters and Gatherers in the Corporate Life


This article is much more substantive than the title suggests, offering an anthropological analysis of organization types and their implications, drawing a corollary to boards of directors in the end which leads to the discussion on CEO performance.
Source: Edward F. Tuck and Timothy Earle, strategy+business, Fourth Quarter, 1996

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