PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS
Maxims of Political Leadership: Thoughts and Reflections on Issues in Management and Contemporary Leadership.My latest book is ready for the prime-time This book unleashes thoughts and reflections on issues in management and contemporary leadership. But before you ask, please note that this book is not about metaphors neither is it a research study on maxims. Whereas phrases and paragraphs are riddled with tropes …Read More »
- By Catherine Gewertz Students at high schools with large low-income populations could be at a disadvantage when applying to college because of a little-known document that’s part of the process: each high school’s “school profile.” School profiles offer colleges a quick way to get a sense of the applicant’s school …Read More »
- Abstract | Full Text Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine an organization’s operational alignment in the process of alliance formation. Design/methodology/approach – A literature study was conducted on the strategic importance of assessingandaligningorganizations’ operationsforalliancing.Furthermore,aninstrumentalcasestudywas conducted to provide insight in the degree of operational alignment required for …Read More »
- Every few months the literature heralds the emergence of a “new best thing.” And often claims are heard that strategies used in the past are obsolete or out of date. The principles of sound workforce management have remained the same for a very long time. But the contexts within which …Read More »
- Abstract. This study examines the discursive construction of ideological change and identity within the practice of organisational control in organisational change management. The focus of the study was to examine how the organisation through its large-scale reengineering process to implement organisational change initiatives appropriated discourse of transformation to effect change …Read More »
- By Eric Garton Garton is a partner in Bain & Company’s Chicago office and leader of the firm’s Global Organization practice. He is coauthor of Time, Talent, Energy: Overcome Organizational Drag and Unleash Your Team’s Productive Power (Culled from the HBR Press). —————————————————- When employees aren’t just engaged, but inspired, that’s when organizations …Read More »
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