Leadership for the Common Good: Tackling Public Problems in a Shared-Power World
When it was first published in 1992, the first edition of Leadership for the Common Good presented a revolutionary approach to community and organizational leadership in a shared-power world. Now, in this completely revised and updated edition, Barbara Crosby and John Bryson expand on their proven leadership model and offer new insights and guidance to leaders. This second edition is a practical resource for a new generation of leaders and aspiring leaders and includes success stories, challenges, and real-world experience.
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Part Two The Process of Policy Entrepreneurship
Summary and Conclusion
Resource A Conflict Management
Resource B A Guide to Oval Mapping
Resource C Seven Zones
Resource D Forums Arenas and Courts
Resource E Future Search
Resource F Initial Policy Retreats
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