‘Backstage Leadership: The Invisible Function of Extremely Successful Leaders’, by Charles Galunic
The late organisational theorist James March, who occurred to train Charles Galunic at Stanford, used to say that leadership was a sensitive mix of “poetry and plumbing”.
Galunic’s e book does not neglect the poetry. He writes very well about the accountability of leaders to established compelling visions for their groups and promote them though in the glare of the community spotlight. But his emphasis is on the prosaic plumbing and electrics. The “creating, sustaining and integrating” of elementary procedures this kind of as establishing talent, crafting society,