Favorite references on LOs? LO29676

From: janlelie@pi.net
Date: 12/08/02

Replying to LO29673 --

Hello Anne,

My all time favourite is still "Leadership is an Art" by Max DePree. It is
concise, deep, anecdotal and written from a practioners view - the CEO.
And it also doesn't mention a lot of theories, although the LO-disciplines
can be readily applied.

Good luck,

Jan Lelie

>Could the members of this community nominate their favorite references --
>books, articles or websites -- that could serve as an introduction to
>learning organizations?



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