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Spring 2014 Catalog

n baker peer-to-peer leadership why the network is the leader ·shows that a radically decentralized approach can revolutionize leadership just as it has revolutionized computer ... head the job of the leader is not to tell followers what to do but to create enable and facilitate a network of peer leaders ·features examples of what some ... organizations are doing and what all organizations can do to implement and benefit from this new approach our leadership

Spring 2014 Catalog

ethical organizations that tap into people s innate goodness and sense of fairness and the authors tackle how to deal with one of a leader s greatest challenges leading ... e dutton and gretchen m spreitzer foreword by shawn achor author of the happiness advantage how to be a positive ... leader small actions big impact ·shows how leaders can unlock the latent power ... by top thought leaders in the field of positive organizational scholarship such as kim cameron robert quinn and adam grant ·includes a wealth

Spring 2014 Catalog

bk currents zaid hassan the social labs revolution a new approach to solving our most complex challenges · ... offers a more dynamic powerful and practical way to address difficult social problems than the dominant planning approach · ... around the world have achieved ·provides detailed guidance on how to start a social lab in any setting and on any level people often ask if we can put a man on the

Spring 2014 Catalog

and kristi yuthas measuring and improving social impacts a guide for nonprofits companies and impact investors ·cowritten by the author of making sustainability work a ... book that revolutionized best practices in sustainability and has been widely adopted in boardrooms and classrooms ·offers a detailed ... reliable and proven approach to rigorously evaluating and increasing the social impact of philanthropic efforts ·based on interviews with over sixty foundations nonprofits

Spring 2014 Catalog

bk business beverly kaye and sharon jordan-evans love em or lose em getting good people to stay fifth edition ·the ... a what keeps you survey taken by 18,000 people ·presents twenty-six strategies from a to z that managers at every level can use immediately to stem the talent drain since ... employees who walk out the door cost their companies up to 200 percent of their annual salaries to replace retention is one of the most important issues facing businesses today

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-driven organization unlocking the power in bottom-up ideas ·by the authors of the classic ideas are free ·shows how systematically encouraging and implementing ... employee ideas can unlock up to 80 percent of an organization s potential for innovation and improvement ·full of illuminating examples from innovative companies ... around the world such as brasilata hickory chair allianz and toyota too many organizations are overlooking or even suppressing their single most powerful source of

Spring 2014 Catalog

stops us from giving and being our best ·cowritten by two bestselling authors harry paul coauthor of fish over 5 million copies sold and john britt coauthor of who ... is how we lose it and how we can regain it and ensure it becomes an integral part of our lives ·offers tools action steps and examples to help readers ... achieve professional and personal excellence most companies talk about excellence but what does

Spring 2014 Catalog

heroism the nonviolence handbook a guide for practical action ·by the author of the american book award­winning search for a nonviolent future ·advocates nonviolence as the most ... effective approach to bringing about social change not simply the most ethical ·offers practical strategic advice for developing a disciplined and effective nonviolent strategy ... issue or conflict despite the fact that two of the 20th century s most monumental campaigns for social change the civil rights movement and the drive for indian independence

Spring 2014 Catalog

how companies can combine the creative energy of startups with the advantages of established organizations for more than twenty years major innovations the kind that transform ... and even societies seem to have come almost exclusively from startups established companies still dominate most markets but despite massive efforts and millions of dollars they rarely ... achieve truly foundational breakthroughs the problem say tony davila and marc epstein is that the very processes and structures responsible for

Spring 2014 Catalog

-three case studies fourteen new to this edition with three others updated as well as new research and new exercises ·includes access to a complete suite of ancillary ... the impact their decisions can have on the world beyond their walls he integrates a stakeholder perspective with an issues-oriented approach so students look at how ... local community the larger society other nations and the environment a wealth of contemporary examples makes the book relevant and compelling weiss includes twenty-three

Spring 2014 Catalog

foundation for positive change for the past year many berrett-koehler authors readers leaders and other bk community members have been collaborating to establish a new ... for collaborative leadership community engagement and positive systems change that are typically not taught in traditional leadership development programs the foundation s model ... with action-learning experiences and is deepened by the young leaders sharing of what they learn with their peers finally it s extended by ongoing connections and