Leadership Lessons from Shakespeare Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

For many years the Rotman School of Management Associate Dean Jim Fisher was bringing Shakespeare's Henry V in business school classrooms, and in this interview, he explains why. He explains how, despite the cards stacked against him right, Henry finishes with the result he wants. As he shows, this is due to the recognition that with your power, all you can do is to get people to do the minimum necessary to keep their job: they give you over the minimum, they have volunteered to do - every piece. Along the way he gives advice on what approach Henry in the modern workplace day.
This article Rotman Magazine. "Hide
by Jim Fisher, Karen Christensen Source: Rotman School of Management, 4 pages. Publication Date: April 1, 2009. Prod. #: ROT086-PDF-ENG

Leadership Lessons from Shakespeare Case Solution Other Similar Case Solutions like

Leadership Lessons from Shakespeare

Share This