Leadership in the 21st Century
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Exploring how idea of leadership is developing in the modern world.
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Complexity Science in Human Terms: A Relational Model of Business

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The Five Big Surprises of Radical Management - Forbes

The Five Big Surprises of Radical Management - Forbes | Leadership in the 21st Century | Scoop.it
In writing about radical management, I had five big surprises, including how useful are the principles of radical management as an analytic knife to slice through hype and PR and get to the real drivers of business success.
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The Old Solutions Have Become the New Problems - BusinessWeek

A former Harvard Business School professor says companies must commit to 'I-space' and collaboration, not financialization and administration.
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One More Great Lesson From Steve Jobs: Innovation Begins As A Social Movement

One More Great Lesson From Steve Jobs: Innovation Begins As A Social Movement | Leadership in the 21st Century | Scoop.it

Why is the loss of one CEO the cause for universal mourning? Because he symbolized the kind of entrepreneurial capitalism that generates the fun that comes with creating the new.


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The Future Belongs To The Wicked

The Future Belongs To The Wicked | Leadership in the 21st Century | Scoop.it

Instead of operating out of fear and a “fortress mentality” – or even simply learning how to best cope with the new environment of rapid change – wicked leaders embrace the increasing complexity as a matrix from which to create new ideas, new products and services, and new solutions to global challenges.


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What Are Leaders Really For? - Duncan Watts - Harvard Business Review

What Are Leaders Really For? - Duncan Watts - Harvard Business Review | Leadership in the 21st Century | Scoop.it
Business bloggers at Harvard Business Review discuss a variety of business topics including managing people, innovation, leadership, and more.
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Project managers' new role: Social facilitators

Project managers' new role: Social facilitators | Leadership in the 21st Century | Scoop.it
Rick Freedman explores the project manager’s new role in a collaborative environment. Learn about four key success factors for PMs as social facilitators.
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Distributed Leadership and The New Flow

Distributed Leadership and The New Flow | Leadership in the 21st Century | Scoop.it

"Over the last few years, I have found myself continually gravitated towards nurturing the wider system that I see and feel - people, organisations, communities, networks. The huge global soup we all live in. Five years ago, it would have been hard to see this. Yet, as the Internet continues to grow and become complex, I sense that more people are seeing this."


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Conscious Capitalism: Leaders and Businesses with a Worldview

Conscious Capitalism: Leaders and Businesses with a Worldview | Leadership in the 21st Century | Scoop.it

Description: Conscious capitalism is an emerging philosophy based on the belief that businesses can enhance corporate performance while simultaneously improving the quality of life of all stakeholders. This session will explore the two elements that ultimately create conscious capitalism – conscious leadership and conscious business. Findings from a recent study connecting leaders’ development to ethical and conscious leaders will be explored. In addition, stories will be presented of CEOs who are concerned for the capitalist system as a whole and the society in which they operate.

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