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Madison, Wis. Sir Winston Churchill was once quipped, "Democracy is the worst form of government except all the others that have been tried." Certainly one of the challenges of democracy is that it encourages a confusion of popularity with leadership, and this poses a dilemma for conducting business in a democracy. Despite the snippy comments, eroding voter ......

Full article >>> John P. Kotter and others have written at length on leadership and leading change, but most of their work is aimed at the on-the-org-chart leaders and that focus is understandable. Not a lot of people see themselves as off-the-org-chart leaders, so writing books for people who don't acknowledge they're part of that leadership audience is a losing proposition. Nonetheless, those off-the-org-chart ......

Full article >>> affers out there, you off-the-org-chart IT leaders, get ready to put all your technology and system-driven perspectives in the broader contexts of ultimate business objectives. Anything else is just whining. And all you managers and executives, you on-the-org-chart leaders, get ready for a little democracy. Seek it out. Build it up. Anything else is just sewing the seeds of the next coup d'etat.
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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 07/27/05


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