Leader to Leader: Enduring Insights on Leadership from the Drucker Foundation's Award-Winning Journal / Edition 1

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James E. Austin Charlotte Beers Warren Bennis Leonard Berry Jim Collins Stephen R. Covey Max De Pree Peter F. Drucker Esther Dyson John W. Gardner Marshall Goldsmith Doris Kearns Goodwin J. Richard Hackman Gary Hamel Charles Handy Sally Helgesen Regina Herzlinger Frances Hesselbein Linda A. Hill Rosabeth Moss Kanter Jon R. Katzenbach Steven Kerr Herb Kelleher Kevin Kelly John P. Kotter James M. Kouzes David A. Nadler Mark B. Nadler Bob Nelson Kenichi Ohmae Jeffrey Pfeffer Jim Scholes Peter M. Senge Douglas K. Smith Noel Tichy Margaret Wheatley Ann Winblad

"The manager's job is to make human strength effective and human weakness irrelevant."

--Peter F. Drucker

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Meet the Author

FRANCES HESSELBEIN is chairman of the board of governors of the Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management and editor-in-chief of Leader to Leader. She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, in 1998. PAUL M. COHEN is managing editor of Leader to Leader and coauthor of Working Wisdom. He previously edited Tom Peters' newsletter, On Achieving Excellence.
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Table of Contents

Part I: On Leaders and Leadership
1. Peter F. Drucker: My Mentors' Leadership Lessons
2. Frances Hesselbein: Managing in a World That Is Round
3. Max De Pree: The Leader's Legacy
4. Doris Kearns Goodwin: Ten Lessons from Presidents
5. James M. Kouzes: Finding Your Leadership Voice
6. Herb Kelleher: The Best Lesson in Leadership Part II: Leading Innovation and Transformation
7. Peter F. Drucker: The Discipline of Innovation
8. Peter M. Senge: The Practice of Innovation
9. John P. Kotter: Making Change Happen
10. Gary Hamel and Jim Scholes: Strategic Innovation in the Quest for New Wealth
11. Douglas K. Smith: Making Change Stick Part III: Leadership in the New Information Economy
12. Peter F. Drucker: The Shape of Things to Come
13. Charles Handy: The Search for Meaning
14. Sally Helgesen: Women and the New Economy
15. Esther Dyson: Aligning Corporate Culture to Maximize High Technology
16. Margaret Wheatley: Goodbye, Command and Control
17. Kevin Kelly: The Soul of the Network Economy Part IV: Competitive Strategy in a Global Economy
18. Rosabeth Moss Kanter: How Locals Can Win Global Contests
19. Ann Winblad: Leadership Secrets of a Venture Capitalist
20. Kenichi Ohmae: Strategy in a World without Borders
21. David A. Nadler, Mark B. Nadler: The Success Syndrome Part V: Leading for High Performance
22. Stephen R. Covey: The Habits of Effective Organizations
23. Steven Kerr: GE's Collective Genius
24. Jim Collins: Aligning Action and Values
25. Charlotte Beers: Building Companies Worthy of Devotion
26. Noel Tichy: The Mark of a Winner
27. Bob Nelson: Creating an Energized Workplace
28. Jeffrey Pfeffer: The Real Keys to High Performance
29. Linda A. Hill: Developing the Star Performer
30. Leonard Berry: Leading for the Long Term Part VI: Building Great Teams
31. Warren Bennis: The Secrets of Great Groups
32. Jon R. Katzenbach: Making Teams Work at the Top
33. J. Richard Hackman: Why Teams Don't Work
34. Marshall Goldsmith: Coaching for Better Teamwork Part VII: Leadership Across the Sectors
35. John W. Gardner: Leadership in the Cities
36. Regina Herzlinger: Full Disclosure: A Strategy for Performance
37. James E. Austin: The Invisible Side of Leadership
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