New leadership

November 1999
Executive Excellence;Nov99, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p7
Calls for a change in organizational leadership. Demerits of top-down leadership which is based on the myth of the triumphant individual; Recurrence of the top-down tendency throughout history; Evolutions of organizations resulting to changes in the alliance between leaders and followers.


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