Joseph L. Badaracco is the John Shad Professor of Business Ethics at Harvard Business School, where he has taught courses on leadership, strategy, corporate responsibility, and management in the school's MBA and executive programs. His books on these subjects include Defining Moments and the New York Times bestseller Leading Quietly.
ADVANCE PRAISE for Managing in the Gray Clayton Christensen, Professor, Harvard Business School; author, The Innovator s Dilemma and How Will You Measure Your Life? This wonderful book is a graduate course in the science of thinking. It is rigorous and enjoyable. Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO, JPMorgan Chase & Co. Anyone will learn from the critical questions and useful tools of deliberation and judgment revealed in Managing in the Gray. Debora Spar, President, Barnard College Badaracco advises managers on not just how to think about vexing problems, but also how to fix them. Kazuhiro Tsuga, President, Panasonic All business leaders, whatever their managerial problems, will find much to stimulate their thinking in this book. Kevin Sharer, former Chairman and CEO, Amgen; Senior Lecturer, Harvard Business School Managing in the Gray provides a practical, nuanced, and comprehensive framework to grapple with the toughest questions of life and business. Gail McGovern, President and CEO, American Red Cross Badaracco provides a useful and profound guide to dealing with problems that fall into gray areas. Interesting, practical, and compelling.