Have you ever wondered why so-called “best management practice” produces mediocre results? What if a team wanted to do something truly spectacular? What if it wanted to make a real impact?
In her new book Spiral Up. . . and Other Management Secrets Behind Wildly Successful Initiatives, Jane C. Linder argues that if you want to work wonders, you’ve got to abandon the accepted, linear, day-by-day management mindset and step into the real world. It’s anything but mechanical.
Jane Linder is President of the Progress Board, LLC, a consulting company that specializes in helping clients put good ideas to work. Dr. Linder has been a professor at Harvard Business School, and spent more than a decade as an executive in the technology industry. Her articles have appeared in Harvard Business Review, MIT’s Sloan Management Review, and Across the Board, among others, and she is the author of Outsourcing for Radical Change. Dr. Linder lives in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
In this week’s You’ve Been Spotted segment, Kevin Lee interviews participants from AMA’s seminar “Communicating Up Down and Across the Organization”. Listen to these participants share how they achieve lasting results and grow influence through communication.
For additional training on this topic, consider these AMA seminars:
Communicating Up, Down and Across the Organization
Strategy Execution: Getting it Done
Project Team Leadership: Building Commitment Through Superior Communication
Leading Innovation: Creating and Sustaining a Climate for Growth
To learn more, read these AMACOM Books:
Spiral Up. . . and Other Management Secrets Behind Wildly Successful Initiatives