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Hot groups : seeding them, feeding them, and using them to ignite your organization

Author: Jean Lipman-Blumen; Harold J Leavitt
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2001, ©1999.
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This work investigates the phenomenon of a hot group. A hot group is not a name for a team, task force, or committee. Rather, a hot group is defined by a distinctive state of mind coupled with a  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Lipman-Blumen; Harold J Leavitt
ISBN: 0195126866 9780195126860 0195144058 9780195144055
OCLC Number: 51948656
Description: xvi, 299 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: pt. I. Hot groups: what they are and why they're hot. The hot group state of mind: what is it? where is it? why does it matter? --
Hot groups: why now? --
How hot groups think: left brain? right brain? how about both? --
How hot groups work: fast, focused, and wide open --
pt. II. Who leads hot groups? and who seeds new ones?. Leaders of hot groups I: three kinds of leadership --
Leaders of hot groups II: some options for the leader of a new group --
Leaders of hot groups III: leaders who seed many crops of hot groups --
pt. III. Hot groups' structures and strategies: how do we get there from here? --
Hot groups and the organization: a marriage of inconvenience? --
Using hot groups to improve the organization: some more marriage counseling --
Why some hot groups fizzle while others sizzle: four cautionary tales --
Hot groups and the individual: what's in it for me? and what's not? --
The organizational surround I: where and when do hot groups thrive? --
The organizational surround II: hot groups also grow in unexpected places --
pt. IV. An optimistic view of what's ahead. Things change at different speeds --
Differential rates of change augur glad tidings.
Responsibility: Jean Lipman-Blumen, Harold J. Leavitt.

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