“The Leader,” an entirely new breed of manager, has seized the reins of power, looking beyond money and status alone toward inspiring a team that fulfills company and personal expectations.
The Leader examines six real managers from America and Europe in action—a factory foreman, a union leader, a plant manager, a chief executive, a ranking civil servant, and a congressman. It reveals their attitudes about people, power, and organizational structure, resulting in a new philosophy that ultimately leads to increased satisfaction, creating a more human, efficient, and productive workplace.
Dealing with changing technology . . . pursuing people-oriented goals . . . setting the pace for the exciting decade ahead.
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About Michael Maccoby
MICHAEL MACCOBY, PH.D., is president of the Maccoby Group and director of the Project on Technology, Work, and Character, a nonprofit research center. A psychoanalyst, anthropologist, and consultant, Dr. Maccoby has advised leaders at numerous corporations, from AT&T to Volvo,… More about Michael Maccoby
Published by Ballantine Books Feb 12, 1983| 284 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-1/2| ISBN 9780345308566