Jerry Jones owns the Dallas Cowboys. And don't you dare forget it. He makes sure everybody knows that nothing gets done in Cowboy-land without his direct involvement. Building a vibrant organization full of the world's best people isn't one of his agendas. Rather, he's concerned with getting as much credit as possible for whatever good happens. He's equally motivated to distance from any bad, but usually he's intent on ignoring bad.
Mr. Carnegie had a very different approach. It's a contrast in leadership philosophy and styles.
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