An Empty Chair At Herman MillerSusan Chandler
J. Kermit Campbell seemed the ideal person to head Herman Miller, the office-furniture company whose Zen-like approach to employee participation has become required reading for MBA candidates. Only weeks after joining as CEO in 1992, Campbell was penning essays extolling employee risk-taking and stating: "A good manager's final responsibility is to stay out of the way."
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