To be a great leader, you must be able to execute radical change in a team setting. In this position, you can't have a fixed persona, but must constantly change to accommodate a project’s phase. This tutorial from management professors Kathleen K. Reardon, Kevin J. Reardon and Alan J. Rowe outlines the stages of radical change and the type of leadership style most effective for each phase of a project or transition. getAbstract recommends their excellent primer to CEOs, executives, managers and anyone leading a team through a phase of radical change.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why leadership is dynamic and should change according to the stage of radical change, and
- How to leverage your leadership style for maximum success.
About the Authors
Kathleen K. Reardon, PhD, is professor of management and organization at the University of Southern California, where Alan J. Rowe, PhD, is emeritus professor. Kevin J. Reardon, PhD, currently serves as director of business strategy for the Inter-National Research Institute in Reston, VA.
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6 months agoResponding to change, unafraid of taking a risk... things that must happen to be successful that I feel many of us do not do enough.
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