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Handbook of leadership theory and practice: a Harvard Business School centennial colloquium

Author: Khurana, Rakesh (editor) ; Nohria, Nitin (editor)Publisher: Harvard Business School Publishing, 2010Language: EnglishDescription: 822 p. : Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781422138793 ; 9781422157114 (ebook)Type of document: Book Online Access: Click here Note: Doriot: for 2019-2020 coursesBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Includes chapters by Manfred Kets de Vries and Elisabet Engellau "A Clinical approach to the dynamics of leadership and executive transformation", p. 183-222 ; Herminia Ibarra, Scott Snook and Laura Guillen Ramo "Identity-based leader development", p. 657-678
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Doriot: for 2019-2020 courses

Includes bibliographical references and index

Includes chapters by Manfred Kets de Vries and Elisabet Engellau "A Clinical approach to the dynamics of leadership and executive transformation", p. 183-222 ; Herminia Ibarra, Scott Snook and Laura Guillen Ramo "Identity-based leader development", p. 657-678


Handbook of Leadership Theory and Practice An HBS Centennial Colloquium on Advancing Leadership Contents Acknowledgments xii SECTION ONE THE IMPACT OF LEADERSHIP: PERFORMANCE AND MEANING Chapter 1 Advancing Leadership Theory and Practice Nitin Nohria and Rakesh Khurana (Harvard Business School) 3 Chapter 2 When Does Leadership Matter? A Contingent Opportunities View of CEO Leadership Noam Wasserman, Bharat Anand, and Nitin Nohria (Harvard Business School) 27 Chapter 3 Revisiting the Meaning of Leadership Joel M. Podolny (Apple, Inc.), Rakesh Khurana (Harvard Business School), and Marya L. Besbarov (Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations) 65 Chapter 4 What Is This Thing Called Leadership? J. Richard Hackman (Harvard University) 107 SECTION TWO THE THEORY OF LEADERSHIP: PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES, FUNCTIONS, AND RELATIONSHIPS Chapters that take stock of different disciplinary perspectives on leadership and articulate an agenda for future research Chapter 5 Leadership Through an Organization Behavior Lens: A Look at the Last Half-Century of Research Mary Ann Glynn and Rich Dejordy (Boston College) 119 Chapter 6 Psychological Perspectives on Leadership Jennifer A. Chatman and Jessica A. Kennedy (University of California, Berkeley) 159 Chapter 7 A Clinical Approach to the Dynamics of Leadership and Executive Transformation Manfred Kets de Vries and Elisabet Engellau (INSEAD) 183 Chapter 8 Classical Sociological Approaches to the Study of Leadership Mauro F Guillén (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania) 223 Chapter 9 Economists' Perspectives on Leadership Patrick Bolton (Columbia University), Markus K Brunnermeier (Princeton University), and Laura Veldkamp (New York University) 239 Chapter 10 An Economic Perspective on Leadership Mark A. Zupan (University of Rochester) 265 Chapter 11 Leadership and History Walter A. Friedman (Harvard Business School) 291 Chapter 12 Power and Leadership Joseph S. Nye, Jr. (Harvard Kennedy School of Government) 305 SECTION THREE THE VARIABILITY OF LEADERSHIP: WHAT'S CORE AND CONTINGENT Chapters exploring similarities and differences in leadership across task, culture, and identity Chapter 13 Leadership and Cultural Context: A Theoretical and Empirical Examination Based on Project GLOBE Mansour Javidan (Thunderbird Business School), Peter W Dorfman (New Mexico State University), Jon Paul Howell (New Mexico State University), and Paul J. Hanges (University of Maryland) 335 Chapter 14 Women and Leadership: Defining the Challenges Robin J. Ely (Harvard Business School) and Deborah L. Rhode (Stanford Law School) 377 Chapter 15 A Contingency Theory of Leadership Jay Lorsch (Harvard Business School) 411 SECTION FOUR THE PRACTICE OF LEADERSHIP: AGENCY AND CONSTRAINT Chapters on the multiple facets of leadership practice Chapter 16 What Is Leadership? The CEO's Role in Large, Complex Organizations Michael E. Porter and Nitin Nobria (Harvard Business School) 433 Chapter 17 What Makes Teams of Leaders Leadable? Ruth Wageman and J. Richard Hackman (Harvard University) 475 Chapter 18 Decision Making as Leadership Foundation Michael Useem (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania) 507 Chapter 19 Leading Change: Leadership, Organization, and Social Movements Marshall Ganz (Harvard Kennedy School of Government) 527 Chapter 20 Leadership in a Globalizing World Rosabeth Moss Kanter (Harvard Business School) 569 Chapter 21 Unlocking the Slices of Genius in Your Organization: Leading for Innovation Linda A. Hill (Harvard Business School), Maurizio Travaglini (Architects of Group Genius), Greg Brandeau (Pixar Animation Studios), and Emily Stecker (Harvard Business School) 611 SECTION FIVE THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEADERS: KNOWING, DOING, AND BEING Chapters on the development of leaders Chapter 22 Identity-Based Leader Development Herminia Ibarra (INSEAD), Scott Snook (Harvard Business School), and Laura Guillén Ramo (INSEAD) 657 Chapter 23 The Experience Conundrum Morgan W. McCall, Jr. (University of Southern California) 679 Chapter 24 Leadership Development Interventions: Ensuring a Return on the Investment Jay A. Conger (Claremont McKenna College) 709 Chapter 25 Pursuing Authentic Leadership Development Bruce J. Avolio (University of Washington) 739 Chapter 26 Adult Development and Organizational Leadership Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey (Harvard Graduate School of Education) 769 Index 789 About the Contributors 807 About the Editors 821

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