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The Leader Of The Future : New Visions, Strategies, And Practices For The Next Era (1996, original release: 1996)

Call Number 658.4/LEADER

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LocationCall NumberItem Status
Adult Nonfiction658.4/LEADERAvailable
Published: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, [1996] ©1996
Series: Drucker Foundation future series.
Description:  xxv, 319 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0787901806 (alk. paper), 078790192X,
Language:  English

Includes index

Leading the organization of the future. The new language of organizing and its implications for leaders / Leading the de-jobbed organization / Leading from the grass roots / Creating organizations with many leaders / Leading learning organizations : the bold, the powerful, and the invisible / Leadership and organizational culture / Leading a diverse work force / Turning the organizational pyramid upside down / Future leaders in action. World-class leaders : the power of partnering / Seven lessons for leading the voyage to the future /

Leaders who shape and keep performance-oriented culture / The "How to Be" leader / On future leaders / Peacetime management and wartime leadership / A recipe for glue / Learning to lead for tomorrow. Three roles of the leader in the new paradigm / Developing three-dimensional leaders / New skills for new leadership roles / Ultimate leadership task / Following part of leading / Credibility x capability / Learning from past leaders / Ask, learn, follow up, and grow / Executives on the future of leadership. The leader who serves / A constitutional model of leadership / Either/or yields to the theory of both / Key leadership challenges for present and future executives /

Energy and leadership / Puzzles of leadership / An "outsider's" view of leadership / Growing tomorrow's leaders / George B. Weber

Charles Handy -- William Bridges -- Sally Helgesen -- Gifford Pinchot -- Peter M. Senge -- Edgar H. Schein -- John W. Work -- Ken Blanchard -- Rosabeth Moss Kanter -- James M. Kouzes, Barry Z. Posner

James L. Heskett, Leonard A. Schlesinger -- Frances Hesselbein -- Richard Beckhard -- Judith M. Bardwick -- David M. Noer -- Stephen R. Covey -- James F. Bolt -- Caela Farren, Beverly L. Kaye -- Richard J. Leider -- Douglas K. Smith -- Dave Ulrich -- Warren Wilhelm -- Marshall Goldsmith -- C. William Pollard -- Alfred C. DeCrane, Jr. -- Alex Mandl, Deepak Sethi -- William C. Steere, Jr

William N. Plamondon -- Steven M. Bornstein, Anthony F. Smith -- Sara E. Meléndez --

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Additional Credits:
Hesselbein, Frances.
Goldsmith, Marshall.
Beckhard, Richard, 1918-1999.

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