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Rethinking Leadership

Businesses need a new approach to the practice of leadership — and to leadership development. "Leadership is really not about leaders themselves," argues Joseph A. Raelin. "It’s about a collective practice among people who work together — accomplishing the choices we make together in our mutual work." Nelson Mandela was particularly adept at this new model of leadership, Raelin says. "One of the most important leadership lessons we might distill from Mandela was not his acquisition of leadership but the way he shared it."

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How to Change an Organization Without Blowing It Up

Too often, organizational change occurs all at once, on a large scale, and often in response to crisis. Yet we know from a great deal of experience that such transformation attempts often fail, fostering employee discontent and producing mediocre solutions with little lasting impact. Continuously pursuing smaller-scale changes — and weaving them together — offers a practical middle path between large-scale transformation and small-scale pilot projects

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The Generative Cycle: Linking Knowledge and Relationships

With their flat structures, service-oriented workforce, and participative decision processes, professional service firms (such as lawyers, accountants, doctors) can provide a model toward which larger, more hierarchical organizations can turn for guidance. End result: to be become leaner, quicker and more flexible.

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