Why leaders should be unprincipled

10/18/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Leaders who are guided by rigid principles tend to be blind to anything that threatens their ideology, and that leads them to make dangerous mistakes, writes Bill Lee. It's better to avoid ideological purity and to aim instead to constantly question and test one's beliefs, Lee argues.

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