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Apex Thinking

3.67  ·  Rating Details  ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Lessons in executive leadership from two leaders in higher education. Written with straightforward language and relevant case studies from the authors' lives.
Hardcover, 156 pages
Published April 28th 2007 by Mountain State University Press
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Aberjhani
Jan 14, 2008 Aberjhani rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Aspiring CEOs, those in leadership roles
Shelves: leadership
Apex Thinking is an exceptional book, from two brilliant minds, on the principles of modern executive leadership versus the everyday practical realities of such leadership. The very straightforward Machiavellian approach adopted by Dr. Charles H. Polk and Dr. William M. White may shock some while at the same time it will enlighten, encourage, and empower others. That the authors are leaders in the field of higher education rather than business CEOs makes APEX Thinking even more intriguing and ex ...more
Jeff
May 10, 2009 Jeff rated it liked it
Shelves: leadership
This book is written by the president of Mountain State University and the dean of the School of Leadership and Professional Development. From a content standpoint, it is a pretty good read. The advice is down-to-Earth and easy to understand.

The book is slanted toward the CEO in the private sector, but some of the leadership lessons are broad enough for applicability in a variety of disciplines.

As an undergraduate English major, I must say that I noticed a disturbing number of typographical erro
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