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20 09, 2016

John Kotter’s Required Reading

Tue, Sep 20, 2016|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , |Comments Off on John Kotter’s Required Reading

From strategy+business: John Kotter has been the go-to guy on the subject of change leadership longer than most of us have been working. For the past 35 years or so, he has been making the compelling argument that the essential role of leaders lies in their ability to achieve change — to shepherd their organizations to new and better places. The fast-paced and fundamental disruptions caused by advances in digital technologies make his work more relevant than ever. · Go to John Kotter’s Required Reading →

13 03, 2014

Apple faces life as a mature company

Thu, Mar 13, 2014|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , , |Comments Off on Apple faces life as a mature company

From Knowledge@Wharton: Apple delivered a successful run of historic innovations and positive financial statements under storied CEO Steve Jobs. But now the company — and Jobs’s successor, Tim Cook — must adjust to a new reality. · Go to Apple faces life as a mature company →

5 08, 2012

Leadership transitions: Marissa Mayer to the rescue

Sun, Aug 5, 2012|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , , , |Comments Off on Leadership transitions: Marissa Mayer to the rescue

From Steve Barry at Forum.com: Open any book about leadership transitions and you’re likely to see a model of the various business situations executives may need to navigate when they take on a new company, initiative, or project. We’ve synthesized those many models into one that we find especially useful: we call it the Business Terrains framework. · Go to Leadership transitions: Marissa Mayer to the rescue →

5 08, 2012

It’s time for the heroes to go home

Sun, Aug 5, 2012|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , , , , , , |Comments Off on It’s time for the heroes to go home

From Deborah Frieze and Margaret Wheatley in Leader to Leader Journal: America loves a hero. So does the rest of the world. Perhaps it’s our desire to be saved, to not have to do the hard work, to rely on someone else to figure things out. Constantly we are barraged by politicians presenting themselves as heroes, the ones who will fix everything and make our problems go away. It’s a seductive image, an enticing promise. Somewhere there’s someone who will make it all better. Somewhere, there’s someone who’s visionary, inspiring, brilliant, and we’ll all happily follow along. Somewhere…. Why do we continue to hope for heroes? · Go to It’s time for the heroes to go home →

20 04, 2012

Theory of change as a tool for strategic planning

Fri, Apr 20, 2012|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , |Comments Off on Theory of change as a tool for strategic planning

A report from Wallace Foundation: We've posted a report previously unavailable on our Web site: an Aspen Institute assessment of an early Wallace experience in the "theory of change" method, with a slew of lessons on using the approach. · Go to Theory of change as a tool for strategic planning →

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