Systemic leadership: enriching the meaning of our work

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University Press of America, Apr 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 132 pages
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Systemic Leadership examines how technology has fostered an era of collaboration, connectedness, and networked knowledge that demands a new systemic approach to leadership and change in organizations. This book offers four strategies for organizational leadership to lead, learn, relate, and influence change. Allen and Cherrey seamlessly integrate these strategies as a guiding light in the complex and dynamic world of management and higher education administration. Of interest to college leaders, managers, and student affairs practitioners in higher education, for-profit and non-profit organizations. Co-published with American College Personnel Association and National Association for Campus Activities.

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Contents

The Dawning of the Networked Knowledge Era
1
New Ways of Relating
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New Ways of Influencing Change
43
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Kathleen E. Allen is Senior Fellow at the University of Maryland's Academy of Leadership. Cynthia Cherrey is Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Southern California.

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