Organizing Genius: The Secrets Of Creative Collaboration by Warren Bennis

Organizing Genius: The Secrets Of Creative Collaboration

byWarren Bennis, Patricia Ward Biederman

Paperback | June 4, 1998

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Uncovers the elements of creative collaboration by examining six of the century's most extraordinary groups and distill their successful practices into lessons that virtually any organization can learn and commit to in order to transform its own management into a collaborative and successful group of leaders. Paper. DLC: Organizational effectiveness - Case studies.

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Warren Bennisis Distinguished Professor of Business Administration at the University of Southern California and a consultant to multinational companies and governments around the world. He also chairs the Advisory Board of the Kennedy School's Center for Public Leadership at Harvard University. He is author of more than thirty books an...
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Title:Organizing Genius: The Secrets Of Creative CollaborationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.68 inPublished:June 4, 1998Publisher:Basic Books

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ISBN - 10:0201339897

ISBN - 13:9780201339895

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In this "most riveting management book ever" (Stewart Brand's Global Business Network Book Club), "Warren Bennis (and) coauthor Biederman describe hallmarks that distinguish extraordinary groups from groups whose performance is strictly so-so" ("Fortune")