Leaders extol the worth of pursuing not easy ambitions, yet proof means that this ends up in catastrophe as usually as good fortune. Drawing upon real-life tales, together with the Mount Everest mountaineering catastrophe, the writer indicates how damaging aim pursuit may cause the breakdown of studying in groups and demands rethinking the position of the chief.
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