There can be only one boss, says U.S. defense chief
If the U.S. military knows anything, it's the value of strong leadership, says Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates. To get anything done right requires a tough chief capable of pushing back against the crowds and standing up for what he or she believes to be right, Gates argues. "Look in all the parks in the whole world, and you'll never find a statue built for a committee," Gates says. "Whether it's in business or anyplace else, it requires one person who has a vision and then has the ability to execute that vision."
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