One time head of Personnel and Public Relations of a large grocery chain shows how management has failed in leadership in the past and suggests ways in which a program for leadership in the future can be developed. While critical of lack of awareness of changing conditions and constructive programs, Halsey believes in American business management's ability to act before it is too late. He shows the importance of sound analysis of the problem; presentation of a solution to the organization heads; selection of competent subordinates; systematic follow through. He stresses the importance of industry putting as much investment into improving labor relations as plant equipment. His theory is illustrated with excellent concrete examples. An addition to a good library of personnel and labor relations volumes.