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Howard Gardner is the Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He is the author of more than twenty books translated into twenty-four languages. Gardner also holds positions as adjunct professor of psychology at Harvard University, adjunct professor of neurology at Boston University, and senior director of Harvard Project Zero.
|Who is responsible for good work?|
|Powerful Models of Responsibility|
|Taking ultimate responsibility|
|The ability to respond|
|Creativity and responsibility|
|A call to serve: An exploration of humane creators|
|Factors that Modulate Responsibility|
|A balancing act: How physicians and teachers manage time pressures and responsibility|
|Placing God before me: Spirituality and responsibility at work|
|Responsibility and leadership|
|Service at Work|
|Beyond the gender stereotype: Responsibilities to self and others|
|Control and responsibility: A Danish perspective on leadership|
|The Limits of Responsibility|
|Constraining responsibility: Choices and compromises|
|Toward Greater Responsibility|
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