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eBook Leading in the Top Team: The CXO Challenge ePub

by Preston Bottger

  • ISBN: 0521856329
  • Category: Management and Leadership
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Preston Bottger
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (June 2, 2008)
  • Pages: 426
  • ePub book: 1842 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1932 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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Like many other experts, Preston Bottger believes leadership can be learned-and with Leading in the Top Team, he's put together a painstakingly detailed primer that looks at everything a 'CXO' should know.

Like many other experts, Preston Bottger believes leadership can be learned-and with Leading in the Top Team, he's put together a painstakingly detailed primer that looks at everything a 'CXO' should know.

CXO is the collective name given to that expanding class of corporate executives whose title begins with the word 'chief' and ends with the word 'officer'. Leading in the Top Team explores the leadership contributions required from the CEO, and by chiefs of other key business functions, including finance, marketing, sales, supply chain, manufacturing, IT, R and D, HR, governance, communications and the strategic business unit

CXO is the collective name given to that expanding class of corporate executives whose title begins with the word 'chief' and ends with the word 'officer'. Leading in the Top Team explores the leadership contributions required from the CEO, and by chiefs of other key business functions, including finance, marketing, sales, supply chain, manufacturing, IT, R and D, HR, governance, communications and the strategic business unit. Leadership in each of these areas is examined by looking at its history, challenges facing the CXO, how each function needs to work.

Leading in the Top Te. .Leadership in each of these areas is examined by looking at its history, current challenges facing the CXO, how each function needs to work with other key areas, and likely future developments. The focus throughout is to provide practical advice based on the actions and decisions of real leaders in a range of roles and situations. This is an excellent book for giving business leaders, whether current or potential, an overview of the work of leadership and teamwork at the top level of the company.

The Top Team – From executive group to executive team Jean-Philippe Deschamps; Conclusion: 21. Summary: The CXO Challenge – Wealth creation by the executive team Preston C. Bottger and Jean-Louis Barsoux; Index

The Top Team – From executive group to executive team Jean-Philippe Deschamps; Conclusion: 21. Bottger and Jean-Louis Barsoux; Index.

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CXO is the collective name given to that expanding class of corporate executives whose title begins with the word 'chief' and ends with the word 'officer'. Leading in the Top Team explores the leadership contributions required from the CEO, and by chiefs of other key business functions, including finance, marketing, sales, supply chain, manufacturing, IT, R and D, HR, governance, communications and the strategic business unit. Leadership in each of these areas is examined by looking at its history, challenges facing the CXO, how each function needs to work with other key areas, and likely future developments. The focus throughout is to provide practical advice based on the actions and decisions of real leaders in a range of roles and situations. This is an excellent book for giving business leaders, whether current or potential, an overview of the work of leadership and teamwork at the top level of the company.