Tom Watson Jr., CEO of IBM between 1956 and 1971, was a key figure in the information revolution. Watson repeatedly demonstrated his abilities as a leader. A young executive had made some bad decisions that cost the company several million dollars. He was summoned to Watson’s office, fully expecting to be dismissed. As he entered…

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In Andy Stanley’s When Work and Family Collide, Stanley challenges the idea that families have to be sacrificed on the altar of work. Stanley acknowledges that there is not enough time to get everything done that we are convinced needs to be done at work. As a result, we often resort to the chaos of…

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