Companies, especially in today’s difficult environment, often believe a charismatic leader will save them from all their woes. but, to many observers, such chief executives tend to be more mouse than man.

Chief executive officers, like dogs, come in a variety of breeds and dispositions. Whether they display the fortitude of a pit bull, the tenacity of a terrier or the sloe-eyed diffidence of a hound dog, the ceo of a public company is usually responsible — fairly or not—for the immediate success of a great enterprise, and by extension, the fortunes of its employees and shareholders.

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