Collaboration and Influence
Developing Effective Partnerships
Communication & Influence Skills
Scores of books and articles have been written in the popular press and mainstream marketplace about leadership: who leaders are, what they do, and why they matter.
Yet in academia, there is a dearth of rigorous research, journal articles, or doctoral programs focused on leadership as a discipline. Why do top business schools espouse mission statements that promise to “educate the leaders of the future”- yet fail to give leadership its intellectual due?
The Handbook of Leadership Theory and Practice seeks to bridge this disconnect. Based on the Harvard Business School Centennial Colloquium “Leadership: Advancing an Intellectual Discipline” and edited by HBS professors Nitin Nohria and Rakesh Khurana, this volume brings together the most important scholars from fields as diverse as psychology, sociology, economics, and history to take stock of what we know about leadership and to set an agenda for future research.
Read Chapter 19 now for free “Leading Change: Leadership, Organization, and Social Movements” by Marshall Ganz