Harvard Business Review on Corporate Governance
A collection of articles on
the difficult leadership, strategy and policy questions within
Corporate Boards: New Strategies
For Adding Value at the Top
Conger, Lawler & Finegold
A discussion of the roles boards should play in the twenty-first
century organization. Presents a framework that focuses on the
factors that influence effective governance behavior –
information, knowledge, power, rewards and opportunity.
Boards That Create Value
John Carver & Caroline
Serious reading for people who are serious about changing
corporate governance. The authors outline a broader set of
duties for a responsible, more effective board, including the
practice of setting management expectations and evaluating
First, Break All of the Rules
Buckingham & Coffman
The Gallup Organization conducted over 80,000 interviews to
identify what great managers do differently. These managers
excel at turning each employee’s talents into performance.
Buckingham & Clifton
A follow-up to First, Break All of the Rules, this book helps to
identify individual strengths and talents using a web interview.
Provides insights into leveraging them for individual
development, as a manager and for your organization.
of Leadership: How Great Leaders Teach Their Companies to Win
Tichy & Cardwell
Leading companies develop interactive teaching and learning
strategies to encourage the creation and sharing of knowledge.
Details how successful organizations foster knowledge exchange
and develop smart, aligned and energetic workforces.
Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done
Bossidy & Charan
The discipline of execution links people, strategy and
operations. Leading these processes is the real job of running a
business. Leaders need to be deeply engaged in an organization
and encourage robust dialogue.
the Speed of Stupid: How to Avoid Technology Disasters
Burke & Morrison
Technology offers limitless possibilities for business
application yet countless executives are blindsided by costly
mistakes. This book examines past practices and presents a
framework for survival.