Careful, thoughtful, small, practical efforts

The vast majority of difficult, important human problems — both inside and outside organizations — are not solved by a swift, decisive stroke from someone at the top. What usually matters are careful, thoughtful, small, practical efforts by people working far from the limelight.

From the Book Leading Quietly: An Unorthodox Guide to Doing the Right Thing, 2002, ISBN 1578514878

Copyright © 2002 by Joseph L. Badaracco, Jr

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