Leadership

Leadership

 
Delta Air lines Davis, Sidney F. Peachtree Publishers, Ltd. , 1989 Business Biographies, Leadership, Management

Delta Air Lines, which originated in Louisiana, has been based in Atlanta, Georgia for almost 50 of its 60 years. As the South has prospered, so has the company, gaining a reputation for hospitality and pride-the...

 
 
Wall Street Women Fisher, Anne B. Alfred A. Knopf , 1990 Diversity, Leadership

In some respects, the bull market opened up unprecedented opportunities for a long-neglected talent pool of women. In 1987, the Dow Jones Industrial Average flew past the 2,000 mark for the first time ever and four of...

 
 
American Business: A Two-Minute Warning. Grayson Jr., C. Jackson | O'Dell, Carla The Free Press , 1990 Leadership, Management

From history we find that leadership and world dominance tend to cause complacency. Leaders overlook the relative growth rates of challengers, the changes are so gradual that leaders have difficulty sensing the crisis...

 
 
SuperLeadership Manz, Charles C. | Sims, Henry P. Prentice Hall Press , 1990 Leadership, Management

Self-leadership is what people do to lead themselves-an extensive set of strategies which focus on the behaviors and thoughts that people use for self-influence. This can be seen as a form of respon-sible followship...

 
 
HR from the Heart Sartain, Libby | Finney, Martha I. AMACOM , 2003 Human Resources, Leadership, Personal Growth

According to Sartain, talented human resource professionals can build rewarding careers that are consistent with their personal values while, simultaneously, growing world-class organizations and having a positive...

 
 
The Lore and Legends of Wall Street Sharp, Robert M. Dow Jones-Irwin , 1989 Business Biographies, Leadership, Major Works

When the colonists arrived, the currency in place was wampum (or wampumpeage, meaning "white string") manufactured by the Iroquois Indians. Since the colonists traded with the Indians, they also adopted this system....

 
 
The Northbound Train Albrecht, Karl AMACOM , 1994 Business Strategy, Leadership

A process for formulating a corporate vision and direction, and communicating that vision in a compelling way to everyone in the organization. Albrecht uses the metaphor of riding a train as a focusing concept for...

 
 
Flight of the Buffalo Belasco, James A. | Stayer, Ralph C. Warner Books , 1993 Innovation, Leadership

A provocative leadership model to help organizations stop operating like buffalo and start "flying" like responsible, interdependent geese. The process, called Leading the Journey, is based on the leadership principles...

 
 
Organizing Genius Bennis, Warren | Biederman, Patricia Ward Addison-Wesley , 1997 Leadership, Management

In Organizing Genius, Warren Bennis illuminates how the leadership process must function as a collaborative process if truly exceptional performance is to be achieved. Part history, part how-to manual...

 
 
Fidelity's World Henriques, Diana B. Charles Scribner's Sons , 1995 Business Biographies, Leadership

This unauthorized account of Fidelity’s world represents a monumental feat of investigative reporting. Henriques deftly probed more than 60 years of documentary records (SEC documents, sworn depositions, personal and...

 
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