Tyrannical leadership can lead to exceptional performance and intolerable effects on humans. When performance counts, increases its currency. Unlike modern recipes for CEO approaches the phenomenon of tyranny holds leadership roles in business, where performance counts, on a quarterly basis. Several famous CEOs and executives who were not yet available in their tyrannical methods and spectacular results can serve as examples of the paradox. Rather than moral judgments on a leader … Read more »

Tyrannical leadership can lead to exceptional performance and intolerable effects on humans. When performance counts, increases its currency. Unlike modern recipes for CEO approaches the phenomenon of tyranny holds leadership roles in business, where performance counts, on a quarterly basis. Several famous CEOs and executives who were not yet available in their tyrannical methods and spectacular results can serve as examples of the paradox. Rather than moral judgments on a leadership style many inedible, this study, a typology of leaders tyrants to their individual properties, objectives and tasks, and several strategies for dealing with them.
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Hao Ma,
Ranjan Karri,
Kumar Chittipeddi
Source: Business Horizons
8 pages.
Publication Date: Jul 15, 2004. Prod #: BH105-PDF-ENG
Paradox of Managerial tyranny HBR case solution