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> but was likely a horrible person to work for," said McKee, who
> also is the author of "21 Ways Women in Management Shoot
> Themselves in the Foot."
I don't think what he was like to work for is his defining
characteristic. He did build the largest contiguous empire in world
> "Ghengis Khan probably sounded great in his mission
..and not to bad on his resume, either. I wonder if he was paid based
on a popularity content or was it performance-based? :-)
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