The Leader of the Future, (Drucker FoundationFuture Series): New Visions, Strategies and Practices for the Next Era
Wiley, 1996 M01 16 - 319 páginas
The Leader of the Future is a compendium of new thought. It is a book about the future quality of our lives, our businesses, our organizations, our society?and the leadership required to move us into the exciting unknown. This book demonstrates:How leaders emerge, indepAndent of official rank or status, from within organizations that nurture dispersed authorityHow leadership roles are defined for those willing to assume responsibility for fostering change though ?leading the learning organization?How leaders motivate by turning the organizational pyramid upside downHow partnering has become a primary skill of the world-class leaderHow to break the myth that only a lucky few can ever decipher the leadership codeHow the leader of the next millennium will create a culture based on principles ? all within a turbulent worldHow to inspire hope and purpose in those who want direction and wish to contributeAll the authors define their own scenarios, as different and compelling as their individual records of success?and each powerfully relevant to the future of business, government, and the nonprofit sectors.
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