Ed. by Alan A`lan´
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A maker or repairer of barrels and tubs; a cooper. .
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The 33 essays in this book were all previously published in peer-reviewed books and journals such as Harvard Business Review Harvard Business Review is a general management magazine published since 1922 by Harvard Business School Publishing, owned by the Harvard Business School. A monthly research-based magazine written for business practitioners, it claims a high ranking business readership and , J. of Management, and Sloan Management Review; they are compiled here to present in one source the best public writing on the subject of leadership. Business students, academic researchers, leadership consultants, and practical leaders are the intended audience. Discussions involve both abstract theory and explicit practical techniques, and coverage includes relationships, power, identity and difference, imagination, and spirituality. Specific topics include: the psychodynamics psychodynamics /psy·cho·dy·nam·ics/ (-di-nam´iks) the interplay of motivational forces that gives rise to the expression of mental processes, as in attitudes, behavior, or symptoms. of organizational totalitarianism totalitarianism (tōtăl'ĭtâr`ēənĭzəm), a modern autocratic government in which the state involves itself in all facets of society, including the daily life of its citizens. , the effect of leader and follower emotional intelligence on performance and attitude, the executive as coach, power failure in management circuits, managing oneself, planning on the left side of the brain and managing on the right, and the theory of charismatic leadership. There is an author index, but no subject index.
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