n Management Today - Leadership is in a permanent crisis : what are we going to do about it?




Consider the way work has changed in the last two decades. In 1986, when the youngest Baby Boomers (an American term for people born between 1946 and 1964) entered the work force, the percentage knowledge that we had to retain through formal or informal knowledge acquisition, in order to perform well in a job was about 75% (according to research by Robert Kelley).


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