Quit Trying to Be Like Steve Jobs 

The opening question the venture capitalist asked after I sat down to be interviewed was, “How did a marketing guy end up being considered for a CEO job?”

After a 20-year career in high-tech that included managing development, running worldwide sales, and heading up marketing for a few moderately sized public companies, that’s the question the guy led with.

A 10-Point Checklist for Better Team Decisions | Inc.com 

I’ve made the point before that attaining the ability to scale–reaching what I call Predictable Success–depends on the organization’s leaders developing one skill above all others: the capacity to make, consistently and repeatedly, high-quality team-based decisions.