Lee Iacocca: B Players Attract Other B Players

When you have someone who is not confident about what they are doing, the last thing he wants is someone else that is backing him who does know what he is doing. That’s because he will think “if the next person is too effective, I will be replaced by him.” Incompetent people will hide behind the weakness in the system, and that was endemic at Chrysler when Iacocca arrived.

This is a synopsis & analysis based on Iacocca: An Autobiography and other miscellaneous research sources. Enjoy.

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