One-liners are very short statements that purport to capture the essence of a situation. At their best, they can bring clarity and precision to complexity and confusion. They can also focus decision-making. The knock on them is that they can oversimplify and create only an illusion of an understanding. Regardless, one-liners are part of every executive’s world. Here are 15 of the best.
Author: John McCallum
Source: Ivey Business Journal
Subjects: Leadership, Management, Organizational Behavior