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In business, especially, we need to feel confident of our ability to motivate employees, win customers, and generally make an impact on the world. But if we allow ourselves to become too confident, it’s a short leap to becoming a domineering presence, the reigning majesty of our world. Believing ourselves to be beyond criticism, whatever we want to do is, therefore, the right thing to do. Martha Stewart provides a classic example of overconfidence and its pitfalls. She was a highly touted tastemaker, the exemplar of perfection in homemaking, who built an empire from not much more than the knowledge she taught herself and her hard work.
Rubbermaid beat out the likes of GE, Microsoft, and McKinsey largely on the strength of its reputation as an incredible engine of innovation. On average, Fortune reported, Rubbermaid introduced one new product every day. Then Schmitt took control. It didn’t take long for his name to trigger snickers from his management team. Wolfgang, they joked, knows everything about everything. Schmitt’s performance at one all-day conference at an airport hotel says it all. Senior Rubbermaid executives had come from all over the country to discuss an important decision regarding a complex acquisition.
S. history. A blizzard of indictments followed. Fastow pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy and agreed to testify against Skilling and Lay in return for a sentence of only 10 years. Lay argued that he had been misled by his people, but was convicted on six counts of conspiracy and wire fraud. He died unexpectedly of a heart attack before he could be sentenced. Skilling was convicted on 19 counts and is serving 24 years in prison. Would things have turned out differently if Lay had been willing to listen to Sherron Watkins?