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Cases in Leadership, Third Edition is a unique collection of 32 real-world leadership cases from Ivey Publishing plus 16 practitioner readings from the Ivey Business Journal. The updated casebook helps business students gain a better understanding of leadership and enables them to be more effective leaders through their careers. Each of the selected cases are about complex leadership issues that require the attention of the decision maker. This casebook provides an invaluable supplement to any standard leadership text by connecting theory to actual cases. However, it has been organized to work especially well in conjunction with the Sixth Edition of Peter Northouse's Leadership: Theory and Practice.
Table of Contents
|Series Editor Introduction|
|Leadership: What Is It?|
|Adcock Ingram: Decisions and Motives That Steer Acquisitions|
|Dickinson College: Inspiration for a Leadership Story (In the Vision of a Founding Father)|
|Great Leadership Is Good Leadership|
|Leadership Trait Approach|
|a New Executive Director|
|Ciputra Group: Shaping the City in Asia|
|The Character of Leadership|
|Leadership Skills Approach|
|Coaching for Exceptional Performance Workshop|
|Performance Coaching: Darcy Gallagher Role|
|Train Dogs, Develop Leaders|
|Leader Style Approach|
|Scarborough Ymca: Getting Back on Track|
|Consultancy Development Organization|
|Navigating Through Leadership Transitions: Making It Past the Twists and Turns|
|The Situational Approach to Leadership|
|Conflict management at Tkc Consulting|
|a Bomb in Your Pocket? Crisis Leadership at Nokia India|
|Just Ask Leadership: Why Great Managers Always Ask the Right Questions|
|The Contingency Theory of Leadership|
|New York Bakery|
|Transkin Income Fund: Leading Entrepreneurial Teams|
|Why Emotional Intelligence is Not Essential for Leadership|
|The Path?Goal Theory of Leadership|
|General Electric: From Jack Welch to Jeffrey Immelt|
|Please Stop Working So Hard!|
|Learning Goals or Performance Goals: Is It the Journey or the Destination?|
|The Leader?Member Exchange Theory of Leadership|
|Carnegie Industrial: The Leadership Development Centre|
|Schulich School of Medicine: Enhancing and Developing a High-Performance Culture|
|On Leadership: Leadership and Loyalty|
|Douglas Fine Foods|
|Spar Applied Systems: Anna?s Challenge|
|Goedehoop: When Social Issues Become Strategic|
|Organization, Founder and Clientele Transformation at Vgkk|
|Compelling Visions: Content, Context, Credibility and Collaboration|
|The Lithium Fire|
|X-Teams: New Ways of Leading in a New World|
|Strategic Leadership at Coca-Cola: The Real Thing|
|Maple Leaf foods, Inc.: The Listeriosis Crisis|
|Strategic Leadership: Short-term Stability and Long-term Viability|
|Women and Leadership|
|The Bank of Montreal - The Task Force on the Advancement of Women in the Bank|
|Canadian Women Entrepreneurs: Pioneers of New Frontiers|
|Culture and Leadership|
|Tata: Leadership With Trust|
|Hebei Dawu Group: Building the First Family Business Constitution in China|
|Doing Business in India: Caveat Venditor|
|Lee and Li, Attorneys-at-Law, and the Embezzlement of NT$3 Billion by Eddie Liu|
|a Non-Traditional Female Entrepreneur|
|Principled Leadership: Taking the Hard Right|
|Veja: Sneakers With a Conscience|
|J.-Robert Ouimet and Tomasso Corporation|
|Servant Leadership During Change by Keith Keith|
|About the Editors|
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