Shakespeare on Management: Leadership Lessons for Today's Managers

Kogan Page, 1999 - 244 Seiten
""In Shakespeare on Management"" Paul Corrigan takes a fascinating look at the psychology of leadership using classic Shakespearean characters. He shows how, through his plays, Shakespeare demonstrates the different roles a leader can take and the different skills needed. He analyses the decision-making and actions of certain characters to see what can be learnt by today's managers, such as:

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Über den Autor (1999)

Paul Corrigan is a management consultant and independent journalist who has written a number of books. Shakespeare on Management is a result of his passion for Shakespeare's plays and their influence on his day-to-day work, which involves advising leaders of large organizations on how to implement complex change management programmes.

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