Carl Reichardt, the former

Carl Reichardt, the former CEO of Wells Fargo, has been called “a consummate hedgehog.” 

While his counterparts at Bank of America went into a reaction-revolution panic mode in response to deregulation, hiring change gurus who used sophisticated models and time-consuming encounter groups, Reichardt stripped everything down to its essential simplicity.

So, where do you stand?

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