‘Backstage Management: The Invisible Do the job of Highly Helpful Leaders’, by Charles Galunic
The late organisational theorist James March, who happened to educate Charles Galunic at Stanford, applied to say that management was a sensitive blend of “poetry and plumbing”.
Galunic’s e book does not neglect the poetry. He writes very well about the duty of leaders to set compelling visions for their teams and provide them whilst in the glare of the public highlight. But his emphasis is on the prosaic plumbing and electrics. The “creating, maintaining and integrating” of essential processes this sort of as producing expertise,