The 21st Century Executive: Innovative Practices for Building Leadership at the Top

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Subject Index

A
Abbot Laboratories, 138
Abbreviated Adult Intelligence Scale (Wechsler), 61
Action learning, 194–196
Advanced Management Program (Harvard University), 186
Advanced Progressive Matrices (Raven), 61
African Americans, 232, 246–248, 251, 252, 254. See also People of color
Alexander the Great, 11
Allied Signal, Inc., 335, 336, 339
Amazon.com, 281, 283
American Psychological Association, 240, 266
Andersen Consulting, 205
AOL (America Online), 277, 283, 291
AOL/Time Warner, 5
Apple Computer, 3, 5, 17
Art of the Comeback, The (Trump), 17
ASEA Brown Boveri, 314
Asian Americans, 232, 246, 247, 254. See also People of color
AT&T, 50, 257
Avon Products, 257

B
Bank of America, 206, 278
Barnes and Noble, 278, 281
Bass PLC, 8
Behavioral approach, 46–48; limitations of, 51–55
BellSouth, 198
Bennish, Brian (case description), 62–66
“Best Companies To Work For” (Fortune), 149
Boeing, 278
Bossidy, Lawrence A. (Allied Signal, Inc./Honeywell International): on executive compensation, 341–342; on executive development, 339–341; on role of executives, 335–339; on succession planning and talent management, 342–345
Bowling Alone (Putnam), 11
Brandt, Alex (mini-case), 328
British Petroleum, 314
Bumblebee mentality, 338
Business acumen, 30–32. See also Business leaders, effective: traits of
Business leaders, effective: definition of, 23–24; hybrid model of, 22; identification of, 24–27; practices of, 35–40; reasons for failure of, 27–30; traits of, 30–35
Business Week, 207

C
Catalyst, 230, 232, 239, 245, 250, 255–256, 257, 258, 263, 264, 266, 267
“Celluloid Heroes” (Kinks), 3
Cendant, 15
Center for Creative Leadership, 6, 176
Central Europe, 221, 222
Century 21, 5
Ceske Radiokomunikace, 221
Charles Schwab, 283

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