Monday, March 10, 2008

Go With What You Know

Clinton showed a tendency toward an insular management style, relying on a
coterie of aides who have worked for her for years, her aides and associates
said. Her choice of lieutenants, and her insistence on staying with them even
when friends urged her to shake things up, was blamed by some associates for the
campaign's woes. Again and again, the senator was portrayed as a manager who
valued loyalty and familiarity over experience and expertise.

If she didn't stress loyalty and familiarity, she would have been convicted in federal court some time ago.

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