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Executive Teams. Edition No. 1. J-B US non-Franchise Leadership

  • ID: 2210798
  • Book
  • November 1997
  • Region: United States
  • 324 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Facing an explosion of workplace complexity, many executives choose a team-supported approach to organizational leadership over more traditional leadership models. Executive Teams provides both CEOs and senior team members themselves with an unprecedented set of insights and strategies they can use to build and maintain teams that live up to their full potential. Team members get ideas for: **Implementing strategy **Leading transformations **Changing organizational culture . . . and much more! " I strongly recommend [this book] to all those in charge of, on, or involved with executive teams."--Paul Allaire, chairman and CEO, Xerox Corporation Real-world case studies at Xerox, Corning, AT&T and other top companies to demonstrate exactly what executive teams are all about and detail the proficiencies CEOs must master to ensure their success. The range and depth of professional experience brought to Executive Teams makes it the most comprehensive, practically conceived work on the subject ever written.
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Part One: A New Leadership Model
1. Leading Executive Teams
2. Executive team Effectiveness: Teamwork at the Top
3. The World of the CEO
4. Designing CEO and COO Roles
Part Two: Managing the Executive Team
5. The CEO and the Executive Team: Managing the Unique Dynamics and Special Demands
6. Performance on the Executive Team: When to Pull the Trigger
7. The Importance of Trust
8. Recognizing and Resolving Executive Team Conflict
9. The CEO's Role in Conflict Resolution
10. The Role of Feedback in Executive Team Effectiveness
Part Three: Leading the Organization: The Work of Executive Team Effectiveness
11. The Process of Governance
12. Developing Strategy
13. Leading Strategic Change Teams
14. Creating a High Performance Operating Environment
Conclusion: The Competitive Advantage of Executive Teams
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David A. Nadler
Janet L. Spencer
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