Leadership Lessons Learned from Middle Management

Berkowitz, Sheldon
July 2005
Physician Executive;Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p46
Academic Journal
Presents the author's views related to leadership qualities in middle management. Reference to the book "Good to Great," by Jim Collins; Lessons that may help any leader to be more effective; Discussion of methods adopted by middle management to receive information.


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