Read about our pricing and services
Bulk discounts are non-returnable.
ISBN 9780470278765 Published May 2008
See all formats
In this brief and timely book, the authors look at what conspires against "a culture of candor" in organizations and suggest ways that leaders can achieve healthy honesty and openness.
From the Publisher:
In "Transparency," the authorsaa powerhouse trio in the field of leadershipalook at what conspires against "a culture of candor" in organizations to create disastrous results, and suggest ways that leaders can achieve healthy and honest openness. They explore the lightning-rod concept of "transparency"awhich has fast become the buzzword not only in business and corporate settings but in government and the social sector as well. Together Bennis, Goleman, and O'Toole explore why the containment of truth is the dearest held value of far too many organizations and suggest practical ways that organizations, their leaders, their members, and their boards can achieve openness. After years of dedicating themselves to research and theory, at first separately, and now jointly, these three leadership giants reveal the multifaceted importance of candor and show what promotes transparency and what hinders it. They describe how leaders often stymie the flow of information and the structural impediments that keep information from getting where it needs to go. This vital resource is written for any organizationabusiness, government, and nonprofitathat must achieve a culture of candor, truth, and transparency.
Tagged: Business, Economics, Finance
This title is Available
blog comments powered by Disqus