Leading in a Time of Change, Viewer's Workbook: What It Will Take to Lead Tomorrow (Video)

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The Drucker Foundation presents a conversation with Peter F. Drucker and Peter M. Senge, hosted by Frances Hesselbein. In this dynamic package-which includes a video and companion workbook-two great minds of modern management share their wisdom on how leaders can prepare themselves and their organizations for the inevitable changes that lie ahead.

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Overview

The Drucker Foundation presents a conversation with Peter F. Drucker and Peter M. Senge, hosted by Frances Hesselbein. In this dynamic package-which includes a video and companion workbook-two great minds of modern management share their wisdom on how leaders can prepare themselves and their organizations for the inevitable changes that lie ahead.

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Meet the Author

PETER F. DRUCKER has been a teacher, writer, and adviser to senior executives for more than fifty years. Author of thirty-one books including his recently released Management Challenges for the 21st Century, he is honorary chairman of the Drucker Foundation and Clarke Professor of Social Sciences at the Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. PETER M. SENGE is a senior lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and chairman of the Society of Organizational Learning, a global community of corporations, researchers, and consultants dedicated to personal and institutional development. He is the author of The Fifth Discipline and the co-author of The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook. FRANCES HESSELBEIN is chairman of the board of governors of the Drucker Foundation and former chief executive of Girls Scouts of the U.S.A. She is the lead editor of five books, including The Leader of the Future and Leading Beyond the Walls, published by the Drucker Foundation and Jossey-Bass, and is editor-in-chief of the journal Leader to Leader.

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Table of Contents

Leadership Practices and Exercises.

Anticipating and Welcoming Change.

Identifying Mental Modes.

Creating Receptivity to Change Through Systematic Planned Abandonment.

Innovation Versus Problem Solving: Organized Improvement.

Welcoming and Exploiting Unexpected Opportunities.

Linking Opportunities to People and Other Resources.

Preserving Trust: Continuity Within Change.

Motivating and Retaining Top Performers: Attitudes About People in Organizations.

Conclusion.

Video Highlights.

Suggested Readings.

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