Posted on July 9th, 2012, by admin
by Rob DeLange, July 2012
Over the past few decades we’ve seen political revolutions sweep the globe, bringing down dictatorships in Eastern Europe, the Philippines, Libya, Egypt, and other nations. Seeds of democracy and freedom have been sown through these movements on a scale that is unprecedented in world history.
I believe a similar revolution is taking place now within the realm of leadership and management. [...]
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Posted on November 25th, 2010, by Liz Wiseman
It was almost a year ago that I finished writing the acknowledgements for Multipliers, sent it off to Harper Business and checked it off my list of things to do. Those acknowledgements reflect our deep gratitude for the myriads of people who contributed time and talent to produce Multipliers. But, our work to get the [...]
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Posted on August 18th, 2010, by admin
I know of a Stanford professor who is a brilliant thinker and renowned researcher. The unintended consequence is that he is so busy publishing papers, books and blogs that he has a tendency to overlook the brilliance in his students. Specifically, his PhD candidates confess to having no face time with their highly regarded academic [...]
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Posted on April 19th, 2010, by Liz Wiseman
On April 16, CK Prahalad, professor and renowned management guru, died after a sudden illness. The world lost one of its great thinkers and teachers, and an extraordinary Multiplier. For me, I’ve lost an important mentor – one who not only shaped me professionally, but who played a vital role in the creation of the book Multipliers. As I reflect on this loss, I’m reminded of what I gained.
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