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Leadership in Brief – S15.3

Leadership is a much misunderstood and greatly overused concept. I have been teaching leadership for many years and my skepticism and anxiety about the usefulness of the term continues to grow. If asked to provide a brief statement of my … Continue reading

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Emergence, Transience, and Noise – 6219 Day Four

I define social leadership as the process of building capacity to act through the initiation of shared knowledge construction. The continued process of knowledge construction and the transformation of capacity to act into action is part of management and daily … Continue reading

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