Snapshots of great leadership [Texte imprimé] / Jon P. Howell.

ISBN: 978-0-415-62482-4 (rel)
0-415-62482-7 (rel)
978-0-415-87217-1 (br)
0-415-87217-0 (br)
Note de bibliographie: Notes bibliogr. Index.
Table des matières: P. 1 Part I, Theoretical basis of leadership P. 3 1, Theories of leadership P. 33 Part II, Snapshots of great leadership P. 35 2, Steve Jobs, CEO and Cofounder of Apple Inc. P. 41 3, Anita Roddick, Founder and CEO of the Body Shop P. 45 4, Ernest Shackleton, Antartic explorer P. 51 5, Mother Teresa, Servant of the poor P. 56 6, Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States P. 63 7, Pat Summitt, Women's basketball coach P. 68 8, Leymah Gbowee, Liberian leader of women in peacebuilding network P. 74 9, Nelson Mandela, Human rights leader and president of South Africa P. 83 10, Geronimo, Apache native american war leader P. 89 11, Winston Chruchill, British prime minister, wartime leader and statesman P. 97 12, Vince Lombardi, Professional football coach P. 103 13, Napoleon Bonaparte, French military and political leader P. 109 14, Mary Kay Ash, Founder and CEO of Mary Kay Cosmetics P. 114 15, Nicolas Hayek, Swiss watch executive P. 121 16, César Chavez, American labor leader P. 129 17, Konosuke Matsushita, Japanese industrial leader P. 136 18, Bill Wilson, Cofounder and leader of Alcoholics Anonymous P. 144 19, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook creator and CEO P. 152 c20, Martin Luther King, Jr., American civil rights leader P. 160 21, George Washington, First president of the United States P. 168 22, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, President of Brazil P. 176 23, Mohandas Gandhi, Indian political and spiritual leader P. 184 24, Sitting Bull, Sioux war chief P. 195 25, Indra Nooyi, CEO of PepsiCo Inc. P. 200 26, Horatio Nelson, Vice admiral of the British Royal Navy P. 211 Part III, Snapshots of bad leadership P. 213 27, Adolf Hitler, Chancellor of nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945 P. 225 28, Albert Dunlap, Corporate executive P. 233 29, Idi Amin, President of Uganda from 1971 to 1979 P. 240 30, David Koresh, Religious cult leader P. 248 31, Kenneth Lay, CEO of Enron Corporation
Bibliothèque Cote Statut Date de retour prévue Code barres Format
BU Vauban EDHEC Business School Lille  558.4 HOW  Disponible   --   00074775   Monographie imprimée