Just as the sign in Harry S. Truman’s Oval Office read the buck stops here, the desktop declaration of the 107th mayor of New York City was i’m responsible. This factoid is from chapter 4 (”Everyone’s Accountable, All of the Time”) of this volume of Rudy-mentary management advice. Drawing on examples from his eight years as alcalde of Gotham, his valiant Sept. 11 performance, and his close personal friend Joe Torre, Giuliani writes of dotting i’s and crossing t’s. He holds that leadership is about ”making the right choices” and reveals that in hiring, he tries to ”find the person best suited for the job.” All insights are conveyed in a tapioca prose certain to translate into an impactful PowerPoint presentation on the lecture circuit. The bucks won’t stop there.