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Learning From The Future

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Disiapkan oleh :
MARTANI HUSEINI

Bahan diskusi civitas academica
UNIVERSITAS PAHRAYANGAN BANDUNG

 

 

Leaders at All Levels

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Leaders At All Levels
Vol. 25, Issue 15

Leaders at All Levels

Deepening Your Talent Pool to Solve the Succession Crisis
By: Ram Charan
192 pp.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2007
Review by: Leslie Johnston

In Leaders at All Levels, Ram Charan addresses a growing problem in business—the shortage of leaders who are prepared to face today’s complex business environment. Many companies struggle to find successors for their top jobs, and many leaders rise to the top only to fail shortly after getting there.

Supported through decades of observation and experience with successful leaders, Charan presents a remedy for this leadership crisis, what he refers to as the Apprenticeship Model. People with the talent for leadership are immersed in increasing complexity during their careers with stiff challenges hand-picked for them. Bosses play a key role in accelerating these future leaders’ development, while HR becomes the trustee of the Apprenticeship system. This new breed of leaders, Charan believes, develops faster and better, and boards have better choices when it comes time to select the next CEO.

 

The Leadership Challenge

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Vol. 24, Issue 39

The Leadership Challenge

4th Edition
By: James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner
406 pp.
John Wiley & Sons 2007
Review by: Lydia Morris Brown

The Leadership Challenge, one of the best-selling leadership books of all time, is considered by many as the most trusted source on becoming a better leader. With this fourth edition, James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner celebrate 25 years of leadership excellence with a plethora of new case studies that enhance their timeless and inspiring message and strengthen and widen the definition of leadership.

Building on the broad knowledge base of the previous editions, the authors demonstrate that while the context of leadership has changed dramatically, reflecting the global environment, the content and fundamentals are universal and timeless. Thus, their purpose is to assist anyone, whether in the public or private sector, employee or volunteer, on the front-line or the executive suite, student and/or parent, to both develop others and to guide their spirits.

 

Becoming an Extraordinary Manager

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Vol. 25, Issue 9

Becoming an Extraordinary Manager

The Five Essentials for Success
By: Len Sandler
256 pp.
AMACOM 2008
Review by: Kendra Bentle

Extraordinary managers are galvanizing forces. They make the whole of their organizations greater than the sum of its disparate parts. They motivate, praise, and exact extraordinary results from ordinary workers. But managers of this caliber are rare and usually made, not born.

In Becoming an Extraordinary Manager, Sandler identifies the major reasons organizations have historically created and sustained poor managers. He offers those already leading, and those rising through the ranks, a development plan based on five major pillars of great management: (1) motivating others, (2) attracting and retaining top talent, (3) planning and organizing group performance, (4) driving results throughout an organization, and (5) lifelong development.