Peters, C. V. Kai
January 2008
Management Today;Jan2008, p14
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's opinion on business leader of the future. The author argues that curiosity is a much-needed leadership quality for the future businesspeople. The author says that individuals at all levels need to explore the world around them much more. It is opined that the sense of curiosity needs to extend right through to the disenfranchised members of society.


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