Wednesday, October 01, 2014

The Leadership Implications of "Too Big To Fail"

This month, The New York Times in Leadership will be featuring a short post from me with some reflections on what we have learned about leadership in the six years since the onset of the financial crisis. It is based on a session I have done a couple of times for the Rockefeller Leadership Fellows program at Dartmouth. Here's the conclusion:

Ironically, the leadership lesson of “Too Big to Fail” is that we must lead proactively before a crisis so that leaders can remain comfortably on the sidelines when a large financial institution works its way into trouble.

Read the whole thing.

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