Sports leadership

Roy Williams and Overthinking An Easy Choice

In the aftermath of what is being called the best national championship game ever, the constant analysis of the final ten seconds of the North Carolina/Villanova game focuses on the final two shots. However, one aspect that struck me almost immediately has been overlooked by most of the game recaps - how wide open Kris Jenkins… Continue reading Roy Williams and Overthinking An Easy Choice

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Sports leadership

Mike Brey and the Opposite of Modern Leadership

Every year, the NCAA basketball tournament surprises us. There is a team (or teams) that don't belong because they were better the year before: their best players graduated, they lost their superstar coach, or they just had a mediocre season. Notre Dame is one of those teams this year - they lost two of their… Continue reading Mike Brey and the Opposite of Modern Leadership