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What Air Force Bombing Runs Can Teach American Business About Talent Management

November 30,-0001 00:00

“This is a great opportunity to develop future leaders on the job,” said Dr. Homa Bahrami, senior lecturer at the University of California Berkeley's Haas School of Business. In this system, the responsibility for leading a flight extends to the ...

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