Manifestos tagged with Leadership


Change is the New Constant: Leading Organizations That (Can) Thrive in Crises
Nov. 3, 2010 - By: Alan Lewis
“Most organizations believe they are not working as well as they used to. They blame the rapid and unpredictable changes that are going on around them. But many of them have failed to grasp one fundamental truth: CHANGE IS THE NEW CONSTANT.”
Forget Cinderella, Find Fred Astaire
Nov. 3, 2010 - By: Avivah Wittenberg-Cox
“Most companies would like to become more gender balanced at all levels, with women and men dancing together in a smooth and natural way. They have been trying for decades to attract, retain and promote more women. [...] But nobody ever bothered checking if the prince can actually dance.”
Bury My Heart at Conference Room B: Emotional Commitment at Work
Sept. 8, 2010 - By: Stan Slap
"The issue of gaining emotional commitment from managers is typically one of manic yet unrequited corporate lust. How can your company get it? The question isn’t how as much as why."
Intelligence Multipliers: Tapping Into Every Company's Underutilized Resource
July 6, 2010 - By: Liz Wiseman
"Multipliers liberate people from the intimidation of hierarchical organizations and the domination of tyrannical leaders. They create intelligence around them, and they release it into the organization so it can be freely utilized at its highest point of contribution."
Being Open Without Giving Away the Store: The Secret Is a Sandbox Covenant
May 5, 2010 - By: Charlene Li
"With an open strategy, decision shifts from if you should be open—because social technology demands a certain amount of openness—to how open you need to be to accomplish your overall strategic goals. In today’s world, organizations and their leaders must be open or suffer the consequences...”



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