Leadership for the Common Good: Tackling Public Problems in a Shared-Power World (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 18, 2005 - Business & Economics - 448 pages
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When it was first published in 1992, the first edition of Leadership for the Common Good presented a revolutionary approach to community and organizational leadership in a shared-power world. Now, in this completely revised and updated edition, Barbara Crosby and John Bryson expand on their proven leadership model and offer new insights and guidance to leaders. This second edition is a practical resource for a new generation of leaders and aspiring leaders and includes success stories, challenges, and real-world experience.
  

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Contents

Part One Understanding Leadership in SharedPower Settings
1
Part Two The Process of Policy Entrepreneurship
195
Summary and Conclusion
359
References
365
Resource A Conflict Management
393
Resource B A Guide to Oval Mapping
395
Resource C Seven Zones
399
Resource D Forums Arenas and Courts
401
Resource E Future Search
427
Resource F Initial Policy Retreats
433
Name Index
437
Subject Index
445
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About the author (2005)

Barbara C. Crosby is an associate professor at the Hubert H.Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University Minnesota,Minneapolis. She conducts workshops on, and has written extensivelyabout, leadership and public policy, women in leadership, andstrategic planning. A frequent speaker at conferences andworkshops, she has conducted training for senior managers ofnonprofit, business, and government organizations in the U.S.,United Kingdom, Poland, and Ukraine.

John M. Bryson is a professor of planning and public affairs andassociate dean for research and centers at the Hubert H. HumphreyInstitute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.He consults widely on leadership and strategic planning withpublic, nonprofit, and for-profit organizations in the UnitedStates and abroad. He is the author of Strategic Planning forPublic and Nonprofit Organizations and Creating and ImplementingYour Strategic Plan (with Farnum K. Alston), both fromJossey-Bass.

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