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The Power of Minds at Work: Leveraging the Power of Organizational Intelligence

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Reveals how the smartest (and dumbest) organizations function, and how executives and managers can make their own departments and companies work more intelligently. Provides a practical framework for defining, assessing, and developing the collective intelligence of any enterprise.
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published November 6th 2002 by Amacom (first published 2002)
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Catherine
Mar 17, 2009 Catherine rated it it was amazing
This is a powerful book and I will make some significant changes to the way I manage people in my company because of it. Of the 7 categories of Organizational Intelligence he covers Performance Pressure is the one where I fall down, oddly, because its the one I care about the most. But his comments about managers being afraid to manage people hit home. I have to create a more supportive environment for all the people in the company, not just a few.

Aside from that, though, his perspective on past
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Jan 24, 2008 Stacey Brewer rated it really liked it
Pretty good. Good examples of what positive and negative group think can lead to. I had a hard time staying focused enough to read the whole book.
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Dr. Karl Albrecht is an executive management consultant, coach, futurist, lecturer, and author of more than 20 books on professional achievement, organizational performance, and business strategy. He is listed as one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders in business on the topic of leadership.

He is a recognized expert on cognitive styles and the development of advanced thinking skills. His books Social I
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