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Timely articles. I was just re-reading Khurana's The Search for a Corporate Savior. In 2002, Khurana used the term charismatic to describe these CEOs. In 2012, we could use the term narcissist.

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Thanks for sharing the fascinating research. I also liked reading about your experience as an academic reviewer. I recently blogged about how to provide and receive constructive criticism for academic writing.... Of course always easier to dish it out than to take. You may appreciate "Figure 1. The distribution of writing ego across career path."

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