It is eminently refreshing to have a prestigious and elite institution such as Harvard University take the trouble to sift through numerous articles of past HBR issues and come up with a compendium that comes across as both engaging and useful. The HBR Press has done this for a number of sub-disciplines of the field of Management, such as ‘Strategy’ and ‘Change,’ for example. However, ‘Leadership’ in view of the challenges it poses can claim the honor of being in a league of its own. The compendium, in spite of its relatively short length, manages to cover a staggering variety of topics ranging from styles of governance to traits including, but not limited to, empathy, perseverance, and dedication.
Book review, HBR, Leadership, Industrial management, Self regulation
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Chishty-Mujahid, N. (2016). Book Review of: Harvard Business Review's 10 must reads: On leadership. Business Review, 11(2), 93-94. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.54784/1990-6587.1072
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