Former American Public Media Pres. Bill Kling Interviewed By New York Times
January 16, 2012 at 4:26 AM (PT)
AMERICAN PUBLIC MEDIA's founder and former Pres. BILL KLING was the subject of THE NEW YORK TIMES' regular "Corner Office" interview series SUNDAY (1/15), telling the TIMES' ADAM BRYANT about the importance of giving children "hands-on experience" like he had in listening to far-off radio stations and the need for CEOs to be creative and innovative.
KLING, now President Emeritus of APM, also touches on his management style, his advice to business school students, hiring, and getting the most out of employees.
Read the interview by clicking here.