Why do some leaders make little difference to organizations and countries while others turn out to be indispensable?
Consider the 44 men who have been president. How many would you say have left an indelible mark?
Historians may know what James Buchanan and Andrew Johnson did, but most Americans only remember the guy who came between them: Abraham Lincoln.
So how did Lincoln become Lincoln and Andrew Johnson become, well, Andrew Johnson? At the Harvard Business School, organizational psychology professor Gautam Mukunda says it comes down to a handful of key decisions.
Via Seth Capo, Bill Butler