Great Leaders Don't Need Experience - Harvard Business Review | The finding: The best leaders tend to be outsiders who don’t have a great deal of experience. The research: Gautam Mukunda studied political, business, and military leaders, categorizing them into two groups: “filtered leaders,” insiders whose careers followed a normal progression; and “unfiltered leaders,” who either were outsiders with little experience or got their jobs through fluke circumstances.

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