Tribal approach to leadership can increase productivity

CAPABLE HANDS: Jeffrey Deckman, president and founder of Capability Accelerators, says that his time on the R.I. Economic Policy Council taught him to respect the power of government to be able to get things done and the importance of government “following the lead of business.” / COURTESY CAPABILITY ACCELARATORS
CAPABLE HANDS: Jeffrey Deckman, president and founder of Capability Accelerators, says that his time on the R.I. Economic Policy Council taught him to respect the power of government to be able to get things done and the importance of government “following the lead of business.” / COURTESY CAPABILITY ACCELARATORS
Jeffrey Deckman began learning real-world lessons required to hold down a job and advance as a teenager. “There was no coddling, you either kept up or got out,” he said of his experience beginning at 17 as a lineman in the cable-television industry. He parlayed that experience into a 30-year career in telecommunications. He founded…

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