The Leadership Pipeline. How to Build the Leadership Powered Company. 2nd Edition. J–B US non–Franchise Leadership

  • ID: 2241053
  • Book
  • Region: United States
  • 352 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Praise for The Leadership Pipeline

"Management Development 101 but only if you have read the book and understood and acted on the processes so clearly articulated. While these are first principles, it is very useful to have them set out. I have seen them work to great effect in several companies." John B. Prescott, chairman, QR National Limited

"The wisdom added to this second edition is based on experience working with many of the best companies in the world. Whether you are a first–time reader or rejoining the conversation, this book adds critical points and answers that can be used immediately in your leadership work to make your business better. Charan, Drotter, and Noel make clear what can be confusing about the work of a leader at every level." Tom Flanagan, president and CEO, Applied Insight Consulting, Inc.

"The Leadership Pipeline has the ability to transform a company. The leadership concepts are enduring and simple enough that managers at every level can quickly grasp what it means to be a highly effective leader. The authors, Charan, Drotter, and Noel, are true leadership development ′gurus′ and continue to provide us with the best thinking in developing the world′s future generation of business leaders." Abby Curnow–Chavez, vice president of talent management, Newmont Mining Corporation

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Foreword.

Preface.

Introduction.

1 Six Leadership Passages: An Overview.

2 From Managing Self to Managing Others.

3 From Managing Others to Managing Managers.

4 From Managing Managers to Functional Manager.

5 From Functional Manager to Business Manager.

6 From Business Manager to Group Manager.

7 From Group Manager to Enterprise Manager.

8 Diagnostics: Identifying Pipeline Problems and Possibilities.

9 Performance Improvement: Clarifying Roles and Creating Performance Standards.

10 Succession Planning.

11 Identifying Potential Pipeline Failures.

12 The Functional Career Passage.

13 Coaching.

14 Benefits Up and Down the Line.

Acknowledgments.

About the Authors.

Index.

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Ram Charan
Stephen Drotter
James Noel
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