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A fascinating review of U.S. military history through the lens of leadership that has many lessons to offer executives, especially in the areas of accountability and decision-making.
Lepore revisits Christensen’s “Innovator’s Dilemma” nearly 20 years after its publication and argues that many of its central assertions don’t stand up to scrutiny.
The authors, who hail from the Kellogg School of Management, argue that a new class of market leaders is emerging across a variety of industries – and the tie that binds them all is “a single powerful value proposition backed up by a few mutually reinforcing capabilities.”
Mohr, an executive coach, responds to a recent study (that shows managers give female employees more negative feedback than male employees) by providing tactics for responding to criticism “without getting hooked by it.”
You can achieve much more than you think you can. So can your team and your organization. But to do this, the first step is making a personal commitment to leading. Whether you're a new frontline manager or a seasoned CEO, the only actions you can control are your own.
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