Wolfowitz promises to ‘rely less’ on Bush advisers.

“Late in the day on Tuesday,” World Bank president Paul Wolfowitz “made a personal and impassioned appeal to the bank board at a private meeting, seeking to stave off what some said was an inevitable rebuke. … He promised to change his management approach by relying less on advisers from the Bush administration, restructuring his office, delegating more to managers and placing ‘more trust in the staff,’ according to the text.”