The End of Leadership Hardback
From one of the pioneers in the field of leadership studies comes a provocative reassessment of how people lead in the digital age: in The End of Leadership, Barbara Kellerman reveals a new way of thinking about leadership-and followership-in the twenty-first century.
Building off of the strengths and insights of her work as a scholar and a teacher, Kellerman critically reexamines our most strongly-held assumptions about the role of leadership in driving success.
Revealing which of our beliefs have become dangerously out-of-date thanks to advances in social media culture, she also calls into question the value of the so-called "leadership industry" itself. Asking whether leadership can truly be taught, Kellerman forces us to think critically and expansively about how to thrive as leaders in a global information age.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 256 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- Publication Date: 03/04/2012
- Category: Business strategy
- ISBN: 9780062069160
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Review by sprite
As a skeptical follower, part 3 was worth reading, the rest seemed self evident (to GenX at least) but perhaps not to everyone. If the leadership industry (not a pair of words I'm used to using in that order) is the target audience, the author convinced me that they should probably be reading it.