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The Logic of Fateful Leadership Choices: A Decision Framework for Aspiring ‘Lebowski Young Achievers’

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  • Joe Wallis, "undated". "The Logic of Fateful Leadership Choices: A Decision Framework for Aspiring ‘Lebowski Young Achievers’," Management Working Papers 13-11/2013, School of Business Administration, American University of Sharjah.
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