The Balancing Act: Mastering the Competing Demands of Leadership
Thomson Executive Press, 1996 - 471 pages
The Balancing Act is a "must-read" for every leader trying to juggle the competing demands of customers, investors, owners, employees, the government, the environment, the community, the global economy, the family - and everyone else. Blending the best in theory and practical application, The Balancing Act skillfully moves leaders through the gauntlet of ever-increasing competition and into a rich and vital future. The authors deliver bold, balanced, and proven ideas for moving your organization away from death and toward vitality by combining solid academic research with more than 70 years of testing what really works in the trenches.
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