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Author Grew, Jim, author.

Title The leader architect : the right people in the right places doing the right stuff at the right time / Jim Grew ; foreword by Akan Weiss.

Publication Info. Newburyport, MA : Career Press, 2018.

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 PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 3rd Floor    658.4 GRE    Available
 PAS Hill Avenue Branch Non-Fiction    658.4 GRE    Available
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Description viii, 248 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-244) and index.
Summary Business books fall into two categories: theory and impractical protocols. Both provide either ideas without applications or applications without proven theoretical frames. They are like concept cars that no one expects to drive to work. The Leader Architect provides the bridge to proven solutions based on sound theory. These solutions are being used successfully by expert leaders at some of the best companies in the world, without the elaborate external systems and training teams required by many popular approaches. The Leader Architect is a practical guide for leaders who want to build and grow a consistently powerful organization that delivers long-term success. You will take away fresh insights on topics such as the following: Myths we love that ruin our businesses Power of pairs (why 1+1 is greater than 5+5) Architecture of successful business organizations Leverage of relationships Resilience: A step beyond agility In the daily flood of "shoulds" and "wants" that fill the lives of most executives, The Leader Architect is a fresh and simple guide to tactics and tools that have worked for others--and will work for you.
Subject Leadership.
Management.
Success in business.
ISBN 9781632651334 (paperback) : $16.95
1632651335 (paperback) : $16.95

 
    
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