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MANA 7339 - Leadership Development (Miller)


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Leadership Development - Article List

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  1. Cappelli, P. (2020). Stop Overengineering People Management. (cover story). Harvard Business Review, 98(5), 56–63.

  2. Spreier, S. W., Fontaine, M. H., & Malloy, R. L. (2006). Leadership Run Amok. Harvard Business Review84(6), 72-82.

  3. Grant, A. (2013). In the Company of Givers and Takers. Harvard Business Review91(4), 90–97.

  4. Sitkin, S. B., & Hackman, J. (2011). Developing Team Leadership: An Interview With Coach Mike Krzyzewski. Academy Of Management Learning & Education10(3), 494-501.

  5. Roberto, M. A. (2002).  Lessons from Everest: The interaction of cognitive bias, psychological safety, and system complexity. 

  6. Coutu, D., & Beschloss, M. (2009). Why Teams DON'T Work. Harvard Business Review87(5), 98-105.

  7. Grant, A. (2021). Persuading the Unpersuadable. (cover story). Harvard Business Review99(2), 131–135.

  8. Antonakis, J., Fenley, M., & Liechti, S. (2012). Learning Charisma. Harvard Business Review, 90(6), 127–130.

  9.  Snow, S. (2018). A New Way to Become More Open-Minded. Harvard Business Review Digital Articles, 1–5.

  10. Isaacson, W. (2012). The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs. (cover story). Harvard Business Review90(4), 92-102.

  11. Adler, N.J. (2008) I am my mother’s daughter: early developmental influences on leadershipEuropean J. International Management2(1), 6–21. [This is a non UH-Library resource and may be withdrawn at any time].

  12. Hewlett, S., & Luce, C. (2006). Extreme Jobs: The Dangerous Allure of the 70-Hour Workweek. Harvard Business Review, 84(12), 49-59.

  13. Edmondson, A. C., & Mortensen, M. (2021). What Psychological Safety Looks Like in a Hybrid Workplace. Harvard Business Review Digital Articles, 1–7.

Harvard Business Review Articles

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