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LEAD 516 Film: Passion and Discipline: Don Quixote's Lessons for Leadership
What lessons can Cervantes' romantic knight from La Mancha offer the bottom-line world of today? Based on Professor Emeritus James G. March's acclaimed course at the Stanford University School of Business, this program creatively examines how Quixote's kind of self-knowledge might serve modern leadership. Narrated by Professor March, the program parallels episodes from Quixote's adventures with illustrative examples in the modern world-from former President Richard Nixon and Martin Luther King, Jr., to Bill Gates and Hewlett-Packard. Engaging interviews with contemporary leaders drawn from business, government, and education are interwoven with archival footage of historic leaders who demonstrate imagination, perseverance in the face of adversity, and joy in work. (70 minutes)
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