Time and time again you hear the same maxim: it's the people, not the technology or the products, that determine whether a company sinks or swims.
Intel's growth over the last four decades, or Oracle's relentless expansion in software, are pretty good examples of how leadership and management decisions can greatly impact a company's history.
But how do you identify the buffoons and poseurs? The guys who are lucky to be there and probably destined to slip?
One clue is if the company displays its current stock price on a screen in the lobby or on … Read more