Chief Executive magazine interviews Jim Collins. This is the first of five parts.
Content: Article, Thought Leader | Author: Jim Collins | Source: Chief Executive | Subject: Leadership
The former CEO of the Girl Scouts has spent decades bringing professional management to nonprofits.
Content: Thought Leader | Authors: Frances Hesselbein, Sally Helgesen | Source: strategy+business | Subjects: Leadership, Management, Nonprofit
The Stanford professor explains how social distance (construal-level theory) affects how people respond to feedback.
Content: Thought Leader | Authors: Laura W. Geller, Nir Halevy | Source: strategy+business | Subjects: Leadership, Management, Organizational Behavior
Wharton School professor Michael Useem scopes out the leadership challenges facing executives today.
Content: Thought Leader | Authors: Bill Javetski, Michael Useem | Source: McKinsey Quarterly | Subject: Leadership
To Harvard professor Clayton Christensen, coauthor of How Will You Measure Your Life?, a primary task of leadership is asking questions that anticipate great challenges.
Content: Thought Leader | Authors: Art Kleiner, Clayton M. Christensen | Source: strategy+business | Subject: Leadership
Is boring suddenly good…and inspirational bad? Stanford professor Bob Sutton explains what he’s learned from hundreds of conversations with Silicon Valley’s brightest stars.
Content: Thought Leader | Authors: Leigh Buchanan, Robert I. Sutton | Source: Inc. Magazine | Subject: Leadership
To eminent systems therapist David Kantor, learning to recognize the hidden patterns in conversation is the first step toward more effective executive leadership.
Editor’s Note: see a related video by David Kantor, which describes how leaders can uncover hidden patterns in conversation in order to more effectively inspire their teams, and shape group conversations.
Content: Thought Leader | Author: David Kantor | Source: strategy+business | Subjects: Leadership, Management, Organizational Behavior, Personal Development
The influential business author and CEO explains why the practice of enlightened self-governance gives companies an edge.
Content: Thought Leader | Authors: Art Kleiner, Dov Seidman | Source: strategy+business | Subjects: Ethics, Leadership, Management, Organizational Behavior
Carol Bartz is widely-known in Silicon Valley for two things: being a high-profile executive at some of the best-known technology companies, and being a pull-no-punches speaker who says whatever is on her mind. Both traits were in evidence at a recent talk on Wharton’s San Francisco campus during which she discussed how bad bosses can be as instructive as good ones, how important it is … [ Read more ]
Content: Thought Leader | Source: Knowledge@Wharton | Subjects: Career / Employment, Leadership