My article on what can be learned from Shakespeare about leadership and managing reputation in the H&K publication Ampersand was distributed yesterday.
I am thinking of making it a series . . . taking a look at, for example, Bertolt Brecht on the complexity of defining the "public good", or Samuel Beckett on the hypothetical imperatives that sometimes drive business decisions, or Bernard Shaw on the broad social hypocrisy gap created by excessive CEO compenstion in underperforming companies.
And then there are the poets . . . Okay, maybe that's a bit over the top.