From business to government to the PTA, leaders define expectations, set priorities and point out a way forward. They get credit for increased sales or blame for a public gaffe, but few argue that having leaders is a bad idea. But Professor Jeffrey Nielsen makes the case for a leaderless paradigm.
- Jeffrey Nielsen, Westminster College and Utah Valley University
What’s the secret to living a long life? Utah researchers say genealogy and DNA may hold the answers.
- Dr. Richard Cawthon, geneticist, University of Utah
- Dr. Ken Smith, medical sociologist, University of Utah
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