Spend an evening in the kitchen of a busy restaurant and you realize that tight deadlines, relentless pressure, ever more demanding customers and troubles with raw materials are not the monopoly of the management world. The kitchens of the world and their leaders offer abundant lessons for executives prepared to dip a finger into the sauce and take a taste . . .
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