Harvard Business Review on Leadership
Harvard Business School editors
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The Harvard Business Review paperback series is designed to bring today's managers and professionals the fundamental information they need to stay competitive in a fast-moving world. Here are the landmark ideas that have established the Harvard Business Review as required reading for ambitious businesspeople in organizations around the globe. Harvard Business Review on Leadership gathers together eight of the Harvard Business Review's most influential articles on leadership, challenging many long-held assumptions about the true sources of power and authority. Articles include: The Manager's Job: Folklore and Fact by Henry Mintzberg; What Leaders Really Do by John P. Kotter; Managers and Leaders: Are They Different? by Abraham Zaleznik; The Discipline of Building Character by Joseph L. Badaracco, Jr.; The Ways Chief Executive Officers Lead by Charles M. Farkas and Suzy Wetlaufer; The Human Side of Managment by Thomas A. Teal; The Work of Leadership by Ronald A. Heifetz and Donald L. Laurie; and Whatever Happened to the Take-Charge Manager? by Nitin Nohria and James D. Berkeley.
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Since 1984 Harvard Business School Press , has been dedicated to publishing the most contemporary management thinking, written by authors and practitioners who are leading the way. Whether readers are seeking big-picture strategic thinking or tactical problem solving, advice in managing global corporations or for developing personal careers, HBS Press helps fuel the fire of innovative thought. HBS Press has earned a reputation as the springboard of thought for both established and emerging business leaders.
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