Revolutionary Management: John Adams on Leadership
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John Adams did not hesitate to lead his countrymen into revolution, but when other advocates of American independence devoted themselves solely to tearing down British tyranny, Adams kept asking, “Then what?” Asking—and answering—this question was for him the key to managing revolutionary change successfully, for the present and for the ages.
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About the Author
Alan Axelrod, Ph.D., has written many popular books on business, management, history, science, culture, military history, and biography. He has published, among many others, Patton on Leadership and Elizabeth I, CEO (both bestsellers), plus Eisenhower on Leadership: Ike’s Enduring Lessons in Total Victory Management, Getting Your Way Every Day: Mastering the Lost Art of Pure Persuasion, and Profiles in Audacity: Great Decisions and How They Were Made, as well as Miracle at Belleau Wood (for The Lyons Press). He has been a featured speaker at the Lehman Brothers Undergraduate Business School Leadership Conference, 2005 (Goizueta Business School, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia), the Excellence in Government Conference, 2004 (Washington, D.C.), The Leadership Institute of Columbia College (Columbia, South Carolina), and The Henry Ford (Dearborn, Michigan), and has appeared on MSNBC, CNN, CNNfn, CNBC, and the major broadcast networks as well as many radio news and talk programs, including National Public Radio. He and his work have been featured in such magazines as BusinessWeek, Fortune, TV Guide, Men’s Health, Cosmopolitan, Inc., and Atlanta Business Chronicle.
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