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A Relationship Model of Leadership.

Business executive Max DePree. DePree turned his company, a once obscure office furniture manufacturer, into the "nation's most admired corporation" (according to Fortune magazine). DePree has just published his thoughts on enlightened management in a new book called, "Leadership Is An Art." Whereas most management books these days push an Attila the Hun approach, DePree's is closer to Saint Francis of Assisi.

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Other segments from the episode on November 16, 1989

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, November 16, 1989: Interview with John Fairchild; Review of Ice-T's album "Freedom of Speech...Just Watch What You Say"; Interview with Max DePree; Review of the film …

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