By Dimitris Bourantas
Our country, despite going through a ten-year economic crisis, the significant problems of immigration, the enormous multiplicity and bureaucracy, became a global example to be imitated. Indeed, the results (rate of deaths and cases in the population) were way better compared to most economically strong countries with modern public administration policies, structures and well-developed health-care systems. These outstanding performances were obviously not accidental, but the result of exemplary leadership and management practices from which we can learn valuable lessons as citizens, politicians and executives of organizations and businesses. We can learn in the sense of changing the way we think and behave in order to achieve global performance and become pioneers in all areas.
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