In defence of hierarchy–Stephen C Angle, Kwame Anthony Appiah, Julian Baggini and others

Another great article from Aeon Magazine.  You should take note of the academic background of each author.  These individuals are not from the traditional ranks of management and leadership.  I would suggest you take your time to read the entire essay.

 “As a society we have forgotten how to talk about the benefits of hierarchy, expertise and excellence. It’s time we remembered”


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