- Identifying challenges and developing and managing policy
- Developing strategies, pathways, and solutions
- Creating networks and partnerships and planning for change
- Learning from experience to build a generation of leaders
- Leading and managing teams by recognizing and celebrating success
Foreword (David Rockefeller).
Preface (William H. Foege).
Part One: Identifying Challenges and Developing and Managing Policy.
1. First Annual Gates Award for Global Health (Melinda French Gates).
2. A New Role for Corporate America: Partners in Global Health and Development (Raymond V. Gilmartin).
3. From Challenges to Policy (Lee Jong–wook).
4. Managing Health, Health Care, and Aging (William D. Novelli).
Part Two: Developing Strategies, New Pathways, and Solutions.
5. Leadership, Equity, and Global Health (Harlan Cleveland).
6. HIV/AIDS: Lessons from Brazil (Susan Dentzer).
7. Corruption and Health Care: Need for New Solutions (Peter Eigen).
8. Business Approach to HIV/AIDS Crisis in Africa (Spencer T. King).
9. Health in the Developing World: Achieving the Millennium Development Goals (Jeffrey D. Sachs).
Part Three: Creating Networks and Partnerships and Planning Change from Within.
10. Leadership and Management for Improving Global Health (Frances Hesselbein).
11. Creating Public Health Alliances: The American Cancer Society Experience (John R. Seffrin).
Part Four: Learning from Experience and Building a Generation of Leaders.
12. Leadership Development for Global Health (Jo Ivey Boufford).
13. Challenges to Health in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union: A Decade of Experience (Martin McKee).
14. Building the Next Generation of Leaders (Joy Phumaphi).
15. Creating Public Health Leaders: Public Health Leadership Institutes (William L. Roper and Janet Porter).
Part Five: Leading and Managing Teams While Recognizing and Celebrating Success.
16. Leading for Success (Nils Daulaire).
17. Epilogue: The Road Ahead (Kofi A. Annan).