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Leadership

Author: James MacGregor Burns
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, ©1978.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A systematic study, ranging from the salons of eighteenth-century Paris to the revolutionary cadres of the present century, views leadership as dialectic, synthetic, collective, and consciousness-raising and scrutinizes its causes and effects.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Burns, James MacGregor.
Leadership.
New York : Harper & Row, ©1978
(OCoLC)558179701
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James MacGregor Burns
ISBN: 0060105887 9780060105884
OCLC Number: 3632001
Description: ix, 530 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Prologue: The crisis of leadership --
PART I: LEADERSHIP: POWER AND PURPOSE: The power of leadership --
The structure of moral leadership --
PART II: ORIGINS OF LEADERSHIP: The psychological matrix of leadership --
The social sources of leadership --
The crucibles of political leadership --
PART III: TRANSFORMING LEADERSHIP: Intellectual leadership: ideas as moral power --
Reform leadership --
Revolutionary leadership --
Heroes and ideologues --
PART IV: TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP: Opinion leadership: the missing piece of the puzzle --
Group leadership: bargainers and bureaucrats --
Party leadership --
Legislative leaderhip: the price of consensus --
Executive leadership --
PART V: IMPLICATIONS: THEORY AND PRACTICE: Decision and change --
Toward a general theory --
Political leadership as practical influence.
Responsibility: James MacGregor Burns.

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A systematic study, ranging from the salons of eighteenth-century Paris to the revolutionary cadres of the present century, views leadership as dialectic, synthetic, collective, and consciousness-raising and scrutinizes its causes and effects.

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