Here’s an interesting piece about the legacy of Chinggis Khan in Mongolia. It’s important to realise that perceptions of Chinggis Khan in his home land are very different from those prevalent in the West. As the article suggests, whatever one’s views of his achievements, he was clearly a remarkable leader who built and maintained an extraordinary empire. The article also references Chinggis Khan’s contribution to the ‘art’ of management. I’m not sure whether his methods are easily transferable to 21st century corporate life, but that hasn’t stopped some from trying.