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- Part I Strategic Knowledge Creation and Theoretical Framework of Holistic Leadership
- Chapter 1 Business Innovation through Strategic Knowledge Creation
- Chapter 2 Strategic Knowledge Creation Process through Holistic Leadership
- Chapter 3 Theoretical Framework of Holistic Leadership
- Part II In-Depth Case Studies
- Chapter 4 Strategy Transformation Based on Holistic Leadership: A Case Study of Apple
- Chapter 5 Collective Management Based on Holistic Leadership: A Case Study of Cisco Systems
- Chapter 6 Unique New Product Innovation Based on Holistic Leadership: A Case Study of Dyson
- Chapter 7 Corporate Innovation Based on Holistic Leadership: A Case Study of SoftBank
- Chapter 8 Corporate Venture Business Based on Holistic Leadership: A Case Study of Sony
- Part III Conclusion
- Chapter 9 Value Creation through Holistic Leadership
- Chapter 10 Conclusion and Implications