Leadership Advice for the New York Times and Its New CEOStephen A. Miles and Nathan Bennett
Who is to blame—and what should be done—when the new CEO can’t even get an ID badge issued before embarrassing his employer? How can a CEO who begins his tenure standing at the bottom of a well—whether it was dug by or for him—restore his reputation and effectively lead? And what is the cost of this going to be to the employer and employee, in this case the New York Times Co. and its new CEO, Mark Thompson?
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