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“My role is that of a catalyst. I try to make an environment in which others make decisions. Success means not making them myself.”
“If we're afraid to let people decide in which section of the plane to sit, or how many stars their hotel should have, we shouldn't be sending them abroad to do business in our name, should we?”
“...a switch at the top, restructuring, layoff, expansion. Almost any change can be an excuse for poor time management. To allow such events to shape one's workday is to become a mere cork that bobs up and down on the sea.”
“...either you can adopt sophisticated, complex systems to try to manage the complications, or you can simplify everything.”
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