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Doing Leadership Differently: Gender, Power, And Sexuality In A Changing Business Culture
Leadership, Women executives, Organizational change, HD57.7 .S548 1998, 658.4/092/082
Sinclair, Amanda , 1953-
Publisher: Melbourne University Press
Amanda Sinclair Argues That Australian Organisations Are Clinging To An Outdated Concept Of Leadership. We Expect Our Leaders To Be A Certain Type Of Person - A Tough, Heterosexual Male. Drawing On Interviews With Senior Executives, Male And Female, She Shows Convincingly Why Our Faith In This Traditional Style Is So Strong - And So Misplaced. Doing Leadership Differently Will Be Essential Reading For Both Established And Aspiring Executives And Managers. It Offers A Challenging And Original Analysis Of Why The Traditional Style Of Leadership Has Failed Us; How Men As Well As Women Can Benefit From Understanding How Gender Shapes Leadership Style; How To Put Power And Sexuality At The Heart Of Effective Leadership; And Ways Of Widening The Pool Of Australian Leadership Talent.--jacket. 1 Why Do Leadership Differently? -- 2 The Absence/invisibility Of Women In Leadership -- 3 The Traditional Path: Heroic Masculinity -- 4 New Paths For Leading Men -- 5 The Making Of Leading Women: Early Years -- 6 Obstacles To Women Acquiring Power -- 7 Strategies Used By Women To Influence -- 8 Change: Resistance And Opportunities -- 9 Towards A Theory Of Leadership And Sexuality -- 10 Doing It Differently Amanda Sinclair. Includes Bibliographical References (p. 182-197) And Index.
Breaking Through Culture Shock: What You Need to Succeed in International Business
Corporate culture, Business etiquette, Culture shock, Intercultural communication, Management, Competition, International, HD58.7 .M3747 1999, 658
Elisabeth Marx. Includes Bibliographical References (p. -227) And Index.
Doing AI: A Business-Centric Examination of AI Culture, Goals, and Values
Publisher: Matt Holt
Commerce And Culture: Nineteenth-century Business Elites (modern Economic And Social History)
Commerce, Social Aspects, History, Corporate Culture, Industrial Sociology
Lee, W. Robert.
Dress, Bodies And Business: Fashioning Women At Work (dress, Body, Culture S)
Publisher: Berg Publishers
American Skin: Pop Culture, Big Business, and the End of White America
Racial Discrimination, African Americans - General & Miscellaneous, 20th Century American History - Social Aspects - General & Miscellaneous, Popular Culture - United States, Ethnic & Minority Studies - General & Miscellaneous
Wynter, Leon E.
The Conversation Company: Boost Your Business through Culture, People and Social Media
Van Belleghem, Steven
Publisher: Kogan Page
Culture And Positioning As Determinants Of Strategy: Personality And The Business Organization
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
National Culture''s Role in International Business: An Approach for Multinational Companies
Publisher: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller
Labor-management Relations In Japan (institute Of Comparative Culture Business Series Bulletin)
Robert J Ballon
Publisher: Sophia University
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A Sales Culture For Law Firms: The Missing Link In Business Development
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing
The Influencing Option: The Art Of Building A Profit Culture In Business
Publisher: Stylus Publishing
Blog!: How the Newest Media Revolution Is Changing Politics, Business, And Culture
Publisher: Vanguard Pr
The Business of Alchemy: Science and Culture in the Holy Roman Empire
Smith, Pamela H.
Publisher: Princeton University Press
The Economics Of Business Culture: Game Theory, Transaction Costs, And Economic Performance
Corporate culture, Business ethics, Game theory, Group decision making, HD58.7 .C37 1991, 338.5/14
Casson, Mark , 1945-
Publisher: Clarendon Press Oxford University Press
Mark Casson. Includes Bibliographical References (p. -275) And Index.
Riding the Waves of Culture, Fourth Edition: Understanding Diversity in Global Business
Human Resources & Personnel Management, General, General, Management, Management Science, Leadership, Business & Economics -> Management -> Human Resource Management, English & College Success -> English -> Professional & Technical Communication, Business & Economics -> Management -> International Business, Business & Economics -> Management -> Principles of Management, Business & Economics -> Decision Sciences -> Management Science, Business & Economics -> Management -> Leadership
Trompenaars, Fons, Hampden-Turner, Charles
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
The bestselling guide to leading effectively in an increasingly global business environment—updated to address radical changes in politics, society, economics, and technology Today’s geopolitical landscape has evolved dramatically, with major impacts on relationships among countries that do business together. As a business leader, your concerns are no longer simply about being aware of cultural differences and preventing embarrassments. Now, you must tread more lightly than ever, be even more attuned to cultural differences, and leverage cultural differences for maximum competitive advantage. Retaining its in-depth exploration of underlying cultural frameworks that have made it a business classic, Riding the Waves of Culture, Fourth Edition provides new, evidence-based information and insights on critical business matters, including: • How to enhance and improve chances of success in M&A deals by expertly handling corporate and cultural differences • Ways of improving and handling competencies, dilemmas, servant leadership, innovation, and remote-team effectiveness in an increasingly diverse business world • New analyses of changes over the past 25 years that are moving the world closer to a single “global village” Renowned experts in their field, the authors also include new chapters and updates on the meaning of culture, assessing cultural competence, change management, assessing organization culture, and diversity and ethnicity. The most thoroughly researched and highly respected resource of its kind, Riding the Waves of Culture does more than help you stay afloat in today’s diverse work environment; it provides the knowledge you need to seize the advantage and compete for the long run.
Blog!: How the Newest Media Revolution is Changing Politics, Business, and Culture
Blogs, Mass media--Influence, Online journalism, TK5105.8884 .K55 2005, 006.7
David Kline, Dan Burstein, De Keijzer, Arne J., Berger, Paul
A Collection Of Essays, Interviews, And Commentary About The Political, Business, And Cultural Aspects Of Blogs And Blogging. Introduction : From Cave Painting To Wonkette : A Short History Of Blogging / Dan Burstein -- Toward A More Participatory Democracy / David Kline -- The Secrets Of [howard] Dean's Success (and The Democrats' Failure) / Joe Trippi -- Extreme Democracy, Blog-style / Jon Lebkowsky -- Blogging The Presidency / Markos Moulitsas Zuniga -- Dove Becomes Hawk In Blog Transformation / Roger L. Simon -- Sex, Lies, And Political Scrapes / Ana Marie Cox -- Fear And Laptops On The Campaign Trail / Matthew Klam -- Web Of Influence / Daniel W. Drezner And Henry Farrell -- The Voice Of The Customer / David Kline -- Blogs : Humanizing The Face Of Corporate America / Robert Scoble -- The Whole Becomes Hugely Greater / Nick Gall -- Japanese Blogger Champions Internet Democracy / Joi Ito -- Take An Obsession, Then Feed It! / Nick Denton -- Is It The Tortoise Against The Hare? / Jason Calacanis -- The Blog Business : It's More Like Music Than Publishing / John Battelle -- Going Out On A Limb, Where The Fruit Is / Andreas Stavropoulis -- Marketers Must Learn To Respect Their Customers / Christian Sarkar -- Building A More Powerful Network With Blogging / David Teten -- The New Meaning Of Going To Lunch With Your Publisher / Michael Cader -- Our Customers Want Authenticity / Jonathan Schwartz -- Why There's No Escaping The Blog / David Kirkpatrick And Daniel Roth -- Blogs Will Change Your Business / Stephen Baker And Heather Green -- I Blog, Therefore I Am / David Kline -- Child Star Turned Blogger Discovers Life's Second Act / Wil Wheaton -- A Gi Blogs The War In Iraq / Colby Buzzell -- A Mayhem Of Media Possibilities / Adam Curry -- Big Media Guy Learns To Trust The Readers / Jeff Jarvis -- Blogs As Bottom-up Innovation / Clay Shirky -- Will Blog For Book Deals / Kate Lee -- Confessions Of A Distinguished Cultural Blogger / Terry Teachout -- A Weblog Saved My Life Last Night / Ayelet Waldman -- Where Have All The Journalists Gone? / Jay Rosen -- Making Global Voices Heard / Rebecca Mackinnon -- Gazing At The Crystal Ball Of Blogging / Paul Saffo -- Punching Holes In Old Faded Mirrors / Arianna Huffington -- My So-called Blog / Emily Nussbaum -- Meet Joe Blog / Lev Grossman And Anita Hamilton -- A Blogger's Creed / Andrew Sullivan -- Blogworld And Its Gravity : The New Amateur Journalists Weigh In / Matt Welch -- Appendix A. The Blog! Index -- Appendix B. The Technorati Top 50 : A Snapshot In Time -- Appendix C. The Blogroll. David Kline And Dan Burnstein ; Contributing Editors, Arne J. De Keijzer And Paul Berger.
Publisher: New York : American Management Association, 1996.
Jacobsen, F. A.