All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘don schon’
The time has come to directly address the issue of appreciative leadership. Specifically, the time has come to focus on an important proposition: if a leader is appreciative in her own engagement with other members of the organization, then the task of implementing appreciative strategies is much less formidable.
I Don’t Want No Bad News – but I am Curious about This News: Our Polarized Reactions to Negative Feedback
I suggest that there is often a polarity operating when we are faced with the prospect of receiving negative feedback
This essay concerns a critical concept as we prepare to lead into the future: the changes we are now experiencing are not reversible.
Theory E²: Working with Entrepreneurs in Closely-Held Enterprises IX: Interplay Between Entrepreneurs and Maturity, Tasks, Problems and Environment
We do know something about good and bad matches and about which characteristics of a work environment generally have the greatest bearing on the effectiveness of our four approaches to entrepreneurship.