Warren Bennis (Bibliographie)

Publications

  • 1959, “Leadership theory and administrative behavior: the problem of authority”, Administrative Science Quarterly, 4, pp259-301
  • 1961, “Revisionist theory of leadership”, Harvard Business Review, Vol 39, pp26-36 et pp146-150
  • 1964, avec P. E. Slater, “Democracy Is Inevitable”, Harvard Business Review, Vol 42, n°2, pp51-59
  • 1966,
    • a. dir., “Leadership and Motivation: Essays of Douglas McGregor”, Cambridge, Connecticut: MIT Press
    • b. “The coming death of bureaucracy”, Think, November-December, 30-5, IBM Corp
    • “Changing Organizations”, New York: McGraw-Hill
    • “Theory and Method in Applying Behavioral Change”, In: J.R. Lawrence, dir., “Operational Research and Social the Sciences”, London: Tavistock Publications
  • 1968, avec Edgar H. Schein, F. Steele et D. E. Berlew, dir., Interpersonal Dynamics, Homewood : Dosey Press
  • 1970, “American bureaucracy”, Chicago: Aldine
  • 1974, The Leaning Ivory Tower, ISBN 0875891578
  • 1976,
    • a. “The Unconscious Conspiracy: Why Leaders Can’t Lead”, New York: AMACOM
    • b. “Leadership: a beleaguered species?”, Organizational Dynamics, Vol 5, n°1, summr, pp3-16
  • 1984,
    • a. “Transforming Our Work Ethic : Four Traits of Leadership”, Education Network News, Vol 3, p1p3
    • b. “Where Have All the Leaders Gone?”, In: William E. Rosenbach et Robert L. Taylor, dir., “Contemporary Issues in Leadership”, 2nd ed., Boulder, CO: Westview Press, pp5–23
    • c. “The 4 Competencies of Leadership”, Training and Development Journal, August, pp15–19
  • 1985,
    • a. The Planning of Change, ISBN 0030895189
    • b. avec Burt Nanus, “Leaders: strategies for taking charge”, San Francisco, Harper Collins
      • Nouvelle édition en 1997, “Leaders”, New York, Harper Business
    • c. “Diriger : Les secrets des meilleurs leaders”, Paris
  • 1989, “On becoming a leader”, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
    • Nouvelle édition en 1994, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.
    • Edition révisée en 2003, Cambridge: Basic Books

  • 1990,
    • a. avec P. E. Slater, “Democracy is Inevitable”, Harvard Business Review, Sept-Oct, Vol 68, n°5, pp167-176
    • b. “Why Leaders Can’t Lead”, San Francisco: Josey-Bass
  • 1992,
    • a. “Visionary Leadership: Creating a Compelling Sense of Direction for Your Organization”
    • b. avec B. Nanus, “Leaders”, Harper and Row, New York
    • c. “A New Wake up Call”, Executive Excellence, 9(6), pp3-4
  • 1993,
    • a. Beyond Bureaucracy: Essays on the Development and Evolution of Human Organization
    • b. The Unreality Industry: The Deliberate Manufacturing of Falsehood and What It Is Doing to Our Lives
    • c. “An invented life: Reflections on leadership and change”, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
    • d. “Leading Change: From CEO to CTO”, Executive Excellence, April, pp5-6
  • 1994,
    • a. avec J. Goldsmith, “Learning to lead: A workbook on becoming a leader”, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
      • Nouvelle édition en 2003, New York: Perseus
    • b. avec J. Parikh, R. Lessem, “Beyond Leadership: Balancing Economics, Ethics and Ecology”, Cambridge, MA, Basil Blackwell Ltd.
  • 1995, avec R. Townsend, “Reinventing Leadership: Strategies to Empower the Organization”, New York, William Morrow and Company, Inc.
  • 1997,
    • a. préface du livre de Ken Shelton, “Beyond Counterfeit Leadership: How You Can Become a More Authentic Leader”
    • b. Beyond Leadership: Balancing Economics, Ethics and Ecology, ISBN 155786960X
    • c. avec Patricia Biederman, “Organizing Genius: The Secrets of Creative Collaboration”, Reading, MA: Addison – Wesley, ISBN 0201570513
    • d. Why Leaders Can’t Lead: The Unconscious Conspiracy Continues, ISBN 1555421520
  • 1999,
    • a. avec David A. Heenan, “Co-Leaders: The Power of Great Partnerships”, New York: John Wiley & Sons
    • b. Managing People Is Like Herding Cats: Warren Bennis on Leadership, ISBN 096349175X
    • c. “The end of leadership: Exemplary leadership is impossible without full inclusion, initiatives, and cooperation of followers”, Organizational Dynamics, 28(1), pp71-80
    • d. “The Leadership Advantage”, Leader to Leader, n°12, pp18-23
  • 2000, “Managing the Dream: Reflections on Leadership and Change”, ISBN 0738203327
  • 2001,
    • a. dir., avec G. M. Spreitzer et T. G. Cummings, dir., The Future of Leadership: Today’s Top Leadership Thinkers Speak to Tomorrow’s Leaders, San Francisco: Bossey-Bass
    • b. “Leading in unnerving times”, MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol 42, pp97–102
  • 2002,
    • a. avec R. Thomas, “Geeks & Geezers : How Era, Values, and Defining Moments Shape Leaders”, Boston: Harvard Business School Press, ISBN 1578515823
    • b. avec Robert J. Thomas, Crucibles of leadership, Harvard Business Review, n°80, september, pp39-45
  • 2003, avec Burt Nanus, “Leaders: Strategies for Taking Charge”, ISBN 0887308392
    • 2nd édition en 2007, New York: HarperCollins Publishers
  • 2004, “The seven ages of the leader”, Harvard Business Review, 82(1), pp46-53 et p112
  • 2005, “Reinventing Leadership: Strategies to Empower the Organization”, ISBN 9780060820527
  • 2006, “The Drucker legacy”, Leadership Excellence, Vol 23, n°1, pp15-16
  • 2007,
    • a. avec R. Thomas, “Leading for a Lifetime: How Defining Moments Shape the Leaders of Today and Tomorrow”, Boston: Harvard Business School Press
    • b. “The challenges of leadership in the modern world: An introduction to the special issue”, American Psychologist, 62(1), pp2-5
  • 2008, avec Daniel Goleman et Jim O’Toole, “Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor”, San Francisco: Jossey – Bass, ISBN 0470278765, ISBN 9780470278765
  • 2009,
    • a. avec Noel Tichyn “Judgment: How Great Leaders Make Winning Calls”, ISBN 1591841534, ISBN 9781591841531
    • b. “On Becoming a Leader”, ISBN 0738208175



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