ComputerWorld, May 9th 2017 May 9, 2017,
Volume 231, Issue 2
"Leadership in some form or fashion is taught in every college and university on the planet and has been practiced in every organization that ever existed. Despite that omnipresence, as well as society's fascination with leadership and ample journalistic treatment of what appears to be a perennial 'leadership crisis,' many executives lack a framework to evaluate and improve their own leadership. 'Good' and 'bad' leadership remains for the most part a subjective, bordering-on-mood-based assessment..."