Strategy & Leadership: Volume 28 Issue 6


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Winning cultures for the new economy

Mark D. Youngblood

Classical management emphasizes efficiency, uniformity, control, predictability, and economies of scale. These principles, which are based on a mechanistic model, have…

A new neuroscience of leadership:: bringing out more of the best in people

Robert K. Cooper

To be effective in today’s complex and changing world, managers need new insights and skills that up‐end conventional thinking about human potential, trust, energy…

Genuine and counterfeit leadership:: the root causes and cures of human capital flight

John D. Ingalls

What causes high‐level corporate executives to leave unexpectedly? Is it personality or politics? This article explores the behaviors that shape genuine and counterfeit…

Invisible management, visible results: a personal story

Philip C. Stine

What does it take to be a manager? In practical, day‐to‐day terms, most people with that title do not really know. Many are lifted from the ranks of technical workers…

High‐performing, loyal employees: the real way to implement strategy

Joseph F. Michlitsch

Strategy implementation is best accomplished through high‐performing people. Every organization must develop and retain its high‐performing employees who are focused on…

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