Add Women, Get Smarter: What’s the Deal with Social Sensitivity?

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Eagly Anita Woolley “The female leadership advantage: An evaluation of the evidence” Get Smarter: What’s the Deal with Social Sensitivity? Harvard Business Review Jean Lipman-Blumen Jim Champy Linda L. Here is an excerpt from an article written by Melissa J. Anderson (New York City) for The Glass Hammer, an online community designed for women executives in financial services, law and business.

Leading: Sharing Accountability

Leading Blog

This can only be accomplished by creating a leadership mindset throughout the entire organization. James Champy and Nitin Nohria cautioned us not to assume that no one else on the premises can match our own ambition, competence, and vision. The currency of leadership is relationships and a wise leader would do well to encourage input from as many sources as possible and especially not from the usual suspects. Leadership

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Should You Gamble on Your Company's Leadership?

Harvard Business Review

This motto is vastly more ambitious than the previous one — to educate leaders who "make a decent profit — decently" — and ambition, as Nitin Nohria (now HBS's Dean) and James Champy wrote in The Arc of Ambition , is usually a valuable quality. Hiring Leadership Leadership transitionsHarvard Business School's mission is to "educate leaders who make a difference in the world."

Radically Rethinking Health Care Delivery

Harvard Business Review

Editor's note: This post is part of a three-week series examining innovation in health care, published in partnership with the Advanced Leadership Initiative at Harvard University. Jim Champy is a consultant and author. He is currently a 2011 Advanced Leadership Research Fellow at Harvard. Learn more about the Advanced Leadership Initiative.

Where Have All the Process Owners Gone?

Harvard Business Review

Process gurus such as Michael Hammer , Jim Champy , Geary Rummler , and Alan Brache have long maintained that companies must appoint process owners to ensure that processes are improved across functions. Attention shifted : The effort to install process owners started out with top management support and attention, but then more urgent issues arose, or senior leadership changed. Leadership Operations ERP