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Comments on senior management teams and factors that affect their performance. Describes the top management team as the dominant coalition of senior managers at the top of an organization. Cites different management needs and the factors affecting performance such as: team purpose; team process;...
Records that a capable and effective top management team's CEO may be unprepared for team problems. Gives research details from in‐depth interviews with 23 chief executives based in both the USA and Europe, from a wide range of industries. Postulates that there appeared to be no correlation...
Uses data from eight different European countries on research about operating performance in the region and problems with the countries themselves. Pinpoints four different European boardroom/management styles — but states these are not bounded by national frontiers: inspirational; elitist;...
Highlights opportunities to try to improve companies' board performances, using research by the Industrial Society, which consisted of 350 questionnaire responses from board directors. Chronicles directors are ill informed about their roles and responsibilities, received little specific training...
Concentrates on the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, using a number of sources, recreating the background, to provide an event diary (from the US perspective), and looking at lessons that could be drawn. Investigates how the events led up to the Bay of Pigs invasion and goes on to give in‐depth...
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