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Russell M. Linden is a management consultant and adjunct faculty member at the University of Virginia, the University of Maryland, and the Federal Executive Institute. He specializes in organizational change and has more than 30 years of experience helping government, nonprofit, and private-sector organizations develop leadership, foster innovation, and improve organizational performance. He is the author of Working Across Boundaries and Seamless Government.
Table of Contents
|Tables, Figures, and Exhibits||p. ix|
|Major Case Studies||p. xiii|
|Web Contents||p. xvii|
|Creating the Foundations of Collaboration||p. 1|
|The Promise, and Challenge, of Leading in a Networked World||p. 3|
|AGEP: A Collaborative Project That's Making a Big Difference||p. 25|
|A Framework for Collaboration||p. 37|
|The Power of Relationships Built on Trust||p. 55|
|The Art of Collaborative Leadership||p. 71|
|Getting Started: Dealing with Process and People Issues||p. 93|
|Getting the Collaborative Process Started||p. 95|
|Getting Commitment on a Common Direction||p. 123|
|Working Effectively Across Different Cultures||p. 137|
|Dealing with People Problems in Collaboration||p. 157|
|Dealing with the Most Difficult Situations: Huge Egos, Empire Builders, Information Hoarders, and Cultures That Reinforce Them||p. 177|
|Developing Sustainable Collaborative Cultures||p. 195|
|Co-Locating Operations: Using Shared Space to Foster Information Sharing and a Culture of Collaboration||p. 197|
|Using CompStat: A Structured Method for Generating Collaboration and Accountability||p. 219|
|Using the New Web to Help Stakeholders Collaborate in Value Creation||p. 239|
|Developing the Leadership to Create Tomorrow's Collaborative Cultures||p. 257|
|Create Your Own Game Plan||p. 275|
|Country Rankings on Five Cultural Factors Related to Collaboration||p. 283|
|About the Author||p. 299|
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