Leadership is an Art

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Doubleday, 1987 - Business & Economics - 136 pages
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DePree is chairman and CEO of Herman Miller, Inc., the furniture maker that was named one of Fortune magazine's ten "best managed" and "most innovative" companies. Here, he gives a lesson on leadership as an art rather than a science.

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User Review  - Carlos Iglesias - Goodreads

Of the dozen or so leadership books I've read, the leadership that built the "the house of Hermann Miller" offers by far the most egalitarian approach to business leadership. A very easy read, it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jackie - Goodreads

As an idealist I loved this book and the theory behind it, servant leadership and allowing all stakeholders voice for the greater good. It takes a person willing to set their ego aside to transform ... Read full review

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Max DePree is chairman of the board of directors of Herman Miller, Inc., the primary innovator in the furniture business for sixty years and regularly included among the top twenty-five firms on "Fortune"'s list of the the most admired companies in the United States. He is the author of the bestseller Leadership Jazz. Ma DePree was recently elected by "Fortune" magazine to the National Business Hall of Fame.

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