Autor: Michael Maccoby
ISBN-13: 9780199682386
Einband: Buch
Seiten: 189
Format: 241x161x25 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Strategic Intelligence

Conceptual Tools for Leading Change
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Michael Maccoby is a globally recognised expert in leadership. Drawing on his experience and multi-disciplinary understanding, in this book he explains the concept of Strategic Intellegence, and the tools that equip leaders to improve and transform organizations.
1 Introduction: Learning from Practice; 2 Strategic Intelligence; 3 Leadership for Change; 4 Leadership Philosophy- An Essential Tool for Change; 5 Creating a Vision of Change; 6 Understanding the Personalities of Leaders, Followers, and Collaborators; 7 Smart Motivation for Change; 8 Dialogues with Deming; 9 Building on the Work of Ackoff, Deming and Fromm; Appendix: Developing Strategic Intelligence for Leading Change
Michael Maccoby is a globally recognised expert in leadership. Drawing on his experience and multi-disciplinary understanding, in this book he explains the concept of Strategic Intellegence, and the tools that equip leaders to improve and transform organizations.
Autor: Michael Maccoby
Michael Maccoby is a globally recognized expert on leadership who has advised, taught, and studied leaders of companies, unions, governments, healthcare organizations, and universities in 36 countries. He directed a research program at Harvard on Technology, Work, and Character from 1970-1990. He has taught at a number of universities including Oxford's Said Business School. For his work in Sweden, he was made Commander of the Royal Order of the Polar Star in 2008. He has a BA and a PhD from Harvard in psychology and anthropology, he studied philosophy as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow at New College Oxford, and is a graduate of the Mexican Institute of Psychoanalysis.

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Autor: Michael Maccoby
ISBN-13:: 9780199682386
ISBN: 0199682380
Erscheinungsjahr: 25.06.2015
Verlag: Oxford University Press
Gewicht: 462g
Seiten: 189
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 241x161x25 mm