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(Harvard Business Review)   Step 1: Do the opposite of what Elon Musk does   ( divider line
    More: PSA, Leadership, Management, Sacrifice, CEO Yvon Chouinard, Chief executive officer, Transparency and translucency, Doing It, Crisis  
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2020-05-14 11:48:21 AM  
More like Jeff Bezos.
2020-05-14 12:03:38 PM  
You might think that crises tend to bring out the worst in people

it does.  there just happens to be a few where that "worst" is at least socially acceptable and responsible.
its so rare that most of us are shocked when we see it.
2020-05-14 12:05:51 PM  
Second Musk bashing thread of the day.

I believe the record is four.
2020-05-14 12:13:17 PM  
Whoever wrote this article clearly has no understanding of what us humans are.

Anyone that reached out to take a CEO position, does not place any real value in the ideas of selfless behavior. Their entire reality is founded on the p[principles of everyone seeing to their own self interests, not the interests or needs of anyone else.

A capitalist free market life in the jungle culture, is not built upon anything remotely related to an ideology that teaches selflessness or to be concerned about the needs of other people.
2020-05-14 1:17:03 PM  

natazha: Second Musk bashing thread of the day.

I believe the record is four.

Those are rookie numbers in this racket.
2020-05-14 11:49:16 PM  
Ok - don't make several billion dollars......

I'm all over it.  What are your next sage words of wisdom, subby?  I need to know.
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