i think this is a very important article as it gets to the heart of the leadership debate in any organisation.  This feels particularly important in a political environment when many politicians have a pre-set view of the world - such reviews seemed to have hardened in the course of BREXIT debates and the Trumpian era of alternative facts politics.  At a more granular level it strikes me that its always simplistic to assume that the CEO is responsible for everything . Leadership is nothing in any organisation unless it is multi-layered and diverse.  When things are not going right , blaming one person , as if CEO's are the equivalent of football managers, seems banal and an exercise in passing the buck.  At the hear of both a democratic society and a successful organisation is always the ability to speak out on the issues that are important.  If we don't respect the views of others and  learn from them we are all diminished as people and as leaders.