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Design, Teamwork, And Leadership Lessons From Gen. Stanley McChrystal: Must Watch

McChrystal shared the lessons he learned as leader of the Joint Special Operations Command and talked about how they translate to business at Fast Company's recent Innovation Uncensored conference. For five years, retired General Stanley McChrystal led the Joint Special Operations Command, or JSOC, the branch of the military charged with special operations planning that was responsible for the death of Osama bin Laden one year ago.
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