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David Walker
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David Walker

Former Comptroller General of the United States, David Walker is president and CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.

Find the Right Fit

One definition of leadership is getting things done with and through others. Therefore, leaders must determine what types of skills, knowledge and attributes are best suited to fit the various roles within and the needs of their organization. These will vary by the role involved along with the state and culture of the organization. Sometimes a more seasoned candidate better suits the current needs of an organization. Coach Whisenhunt did a great job in matching the skills and abilities of Kurt Warner with the needs of his organization, the Arizona Cardinals. We'll see how they do in the "Big Game."

By David Walker

 |  January 25, 2009; 8:50 PM ET
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