Executive Power in Theory and Practice | H. Liebert | Palgrave MacmillanMost companies have leaders with the strong operational skills needed to maintain the status quo. Every enterprise faces these kinds of challenges today. A PwC study of 6, senior executives, conducted using a research methodology developed by David Rooke of Harthill Consulting and William Torbert of Boston University, revealed just how pervasive this shortfall is. Respondents were asked a series of open-ended questions; their answers revealed their leadership preferences, which were then analyzed to determine which types of leaders were most prominent. Most companies lack people in positions of power with the experience and confidence required to challenge the status quo.
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Executive Power in Theory and Practice
It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Editors: Liebert , H. Since September 11, , long-standing debates over the nature and proper extent of executive power have assumed a fresh urgency. In this book eleven leading scholars of American politics and political theory address the idea of executive power. Terry L. He has degrees in philosophy, politics, and psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Oxford, and he has completed his doctorate in philosophy at the University of Arizona.
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