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Managing for excellence: the leadership guide to developing high performance in contemporary organizations

Опубликовано на портале: 16-01-2003
New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1997
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Leadership is crucial, but less to provide answers than to build the conditions under which subordinates can give their best. The authors offer three fundamental assumptions for developing individuals: most people can change, learn, grow; influence between boss and subordinate can be mutual; most managers can learn the necessary skills. Following a number of practical how-to chapters, Bradford and Cohen offer seven steps for building beyond adequacy to excellence.

1. The Need for a New Model of Leadership
2. The Manager as Technician or Conductor: Heroic Models of Leadership
3. The Post-Heroic Leader: The Manager-as-Developer
4. Overarching Goals
5. Getting the Most from Everyone: Developing and Utilizing Subordinates' Abilities
6. Building a Shared-Responsibility Team
7. You Can Get There from Here: Moving from Adequacy to Excellence
8. How to Get There from Here Even if You're Starting Upstream without a Paddle: Implementation under Tough Conditions
9. Final Words

Afterword: Ten Myths of Post-Heroic Leadership
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