Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Number of pages: 1216
Weight: 1950 g
Dimensions: 240 x 160 x 57 mm
Edition: 3rd Revised edition
Encyclopedic...undoubtedly the most complete work on leadership.
"Wall Street Review"
The "Handbook" clearly will become a standard reference work...An extremely important contribution to the area of leadership...
An exhaustive compilation and cataloguing...done in a manner that makes the book an invaluable reference tool...We must all be grateful for the accomplishment of a Herculean task...
Extremely well written. The research studies am cautiously interpreted and concern for methodological deficiencies is continually evident. The organization and syntheses of the research findings are excellent.
"Naval War College Review"
The author has hit the mark in this magnificent effort toward reducing the current confusion in the study of leadership...Highly recommended for reading by those who are required to practice leadership, for those who wish to seriously study it, and for those who are responsible for the teaching of the subject.
"Parameters," U.S. Army War College
Probably the most complete anthology of concepts available under one cover.
Comprehensive, factual and reflects a lot of hard work. It is an antidote for books of speculation and personal opinion that often mislead a manager more than help him.
"Journal of Education for Social Work"
Ranges widely in its selections, drawing upon research findings derived from the small group, as well as from larger institutions and organizations...Without a doubt this volume will continue to be a definitive source for understanding leadership for many years.
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