21 Leaders for the 21st Century: How Innovative Leaders Manage in the Digital Age
With a client list that includes Motorola, Daewoo, AT&T, and Volvo, Fons Trompenaars and Charles Hampden-Turner are considered today’s most knowledgeable, innovative management consultants. In 21 Leaders for the 21st Century, they tap into the wisdom of high-performing leaders from around the globe—from Michael Dell to Richard Branson—who candidly discuss their own views and experiences in analyzing and solving business dilemmas. More than just a prescriptive list of leadership skills, this invaluable guide uses case studies, examples, charts, tables, and graphs to show today’s business leaders how to: Understand—and act upon—the 7 major dilemmas of leadership Identify major business dilemmas in the transnational community Implement strategies for sustaining emerging entrepreneurship
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Fons Trompenaars,Charles Hampden-Turner
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