Leading with Intellectual Integrity

By the time people reach the most senior levels of a company, they are expected to have a degree of personal competence and a strong gut feel for making good executive decisions. Otherwise, they wouldn't be considered for a top job.

How do they attain this acumen? At Procter & Gamble, A.G. Lafley, who recently returned as chief executive, and Roger Martin, who has served as a senior advisor to the company, developed a systematic approach to cultivating that skill among emerging and senior executives.

In "Leading with Intelle.....

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