If Bill Walsh is right - namely, that NFL football is the intellectual equivalent of business (in organizing and managing a group of individuals to achieve difficult goals in an extremely competitive world) - then this is a book worth picking up for anyone interested in business leadership. Walsh, not unlike Buffett, Munger, and Klarman, knows that there is no ultimate formula for success. In his words, "a resolute and resourceful leader understands that there are a multitude of means to increase the probability of success. And that's all comes down to, namely, intelligently and relentlessly seeks solutions that will increase your chance of prevailing in a competitive environment." You won't go wrong adding this one to your collection.