What’s Missing in Leadership Today? One answer, as suggested by Chip Jarnagin (of LatticeWorks Consulting) and Professor John Slocum Jr. (of the Southern Methodist University, Cox School of Business in Dallas Texas) is : Mythopoetics. “Mythopoetic Leadership is a framework for developing robust corporate cultures based on myths.” explains the faculty research blog at SMU. […]
Major General Gregg F. Martin, author of the classic military guide “Jesus the Strategic Leader”, has yet again risen up the ranks. General Martin [pictured here] is now commandant of the U.S. Army War College, having been promoted to that post some months ago. We have only just now learned of it (thanks to investigator […]
“Renowned author and teacher Deepak Chopra, M.D., believes it’s time for a different kind of leadership,” reports Forbes magazine. Dr. Chopra was awarded the 1998 Ig Nobel Prize in physics for his unique interpretation of quantum physics as it applies to life, liberty, and the pursuit of economic happiness. Forbes says that Dr. Chopra now […]
“We have been unable to find literature which specifically examines doll-making within an organizational context, or as a form of leadership development.” – explain Dr. Patricia Gayá Wicks and Dr. Ann Rippin from the Department of Management at the University of Bristol, UK. To address this gap in the literature, 20 participants on an MSc. […]
The Daft (Professor Richard. L. Daft of Vanderbilt University) celebration continues. Today, a deft Daft look at leadership: “Leadership Style,” R.L. Daft, International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, Stuart Clegg and James Bailey, eds., Sage Publications, 2008.
Investigator Neville McConnell writes: The book The Leadership Genius of George W Bush: 10 Common Sense Lessons from the Commander-in-Chief has been translated into Bulgarian. That apparently happened some years ago, but as you did not mention it in your analysis, I thought I ought to bring it to your attention and, through you, to […]
Scholars like to celebrate the leadership genius of President George Bush – scholars named Carolyn B Thompson, James W Ware, Marvin Olasky and Ken Blanchard. Thompson and Ware wrote a book called The Leadership Genius of George W Bush: 10 Common Sense Lessons from the Commander-in-Chief. Published during the early years of his presidency, it […]