chapter  5
Leadership Study and Administrative Practice – Shall the Twain Ever Meet?: Reflections on the Wisdom of Practicality
ByMARTIN BARLOSKY
Pages 23

There was a most ingenious architect who had contrived a new method for building houses, by beginning at the roof and working downwards to the foundation, which he justified to me by the like practice of those two prudent insects, the bee and the spider.