Scrooge on Leadership : Why “A Christmas Carol” Should be Required Reading in Business Schools

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If asked what work of fiction is most identified with the Holiday Season, most would immediately say Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.   To the casual reader, Ebenezer Scrooge is portrayed as a despicable miser who does not well represent the private sector.    But it may be that a more thoughtful reading  provides important lessons for executives and managers to take away from this classic Christmas story.

Find out why one writer thinks that   “One of the most powerful leadership books ever written is “A Christmas Carol,” by Charles Dickens.”

CATEGORIES: Inspiration, Leadership, Uncategorized