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Building leaders: how successful companies develop the next generation

Building Leaders Description and Reviews From The Publisher: Companies everywhere are searching for ways to turn effective managers into dynamic leaders. In this book, Jay Conger, named one of the Top Ten Influential Figures in the World of Business, culls the wide variety of methods being developed by top corporations around the globe. Through insightful analysis and extensive case studies, ... Read More »

Construction

In the modern industrialized world, construction usually involves the translation of designs into reality. A formal design team may be assembled to plan the physical proceedings, and to integrate those proceedings with the other parts. The design usually consists of and, usually prepared by a design team including, cost engineers (or ), planning, architectural consultants, and archaeological consultants. The design ... Read More »

Hunt companies

Hunt Companies, Inc. is a privately-owned company dedicated to building value through the development, investment and management of real assets. Hunt has more than 1,280 direct employees across the U. S. and abroad. Together, Hunt and its affiliates own or manage 271,770 multifamily units and 5. Read More »

Building leaders: how successful companies develop the next generation

"A must read for all executives and managers, emerging, ascAnding, arriving, and all points beyond. Building Leaders is the single best source I know for original ideas on how to develop and retain exemplary leaders. "--Warren Bennis, professor, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern Read More »

Gamification in leadership development: how companies use gaming to build their leader pipeline

Have you ever watched someone play, or. They are totally absorbed in the moment. What are they playing for, you might ask. Often, it is just the sense of personal accomplishment in reaching a new level. Now imagine if you could harness this same level of engagement and apply it to critical problem-solving, innovating new products or services or learning ... Read More »