One of the best teaching experiences Ed Schein and I had when we were teaching at MIT in the 1960s was inventing a course on leadership through film.

Warren G. Bennis

Warren G. Bennis

Profession: Author
Nationality: American

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Leadership has become a heavy industry. Concern and interest about leadership development is no longer an American phenomenon. It is truly global. Though I will probably be in less demand, I wanted to move on.

Learning options will indeed mushroom for business students and leaders, but it will take prudence and shrewdness to find and utilize the best option.

In life, change is inevitable. In business, change is vital.

The factory of the future will have only two employees, a man and a dog. The man will be there to feed the dog. The dog will be there to keep the man from touching the equipment.

To be authentic is literally to be your own author, to discover your own native energies and desires, and then to find your own way of acting on them.

You need people who can walk their companies into the future rather than back them into the future.

Specialized management courses are useful but should come well after the complexity of management and business are understood.

Leadership is the wise use of power. Power is the capacity to translate intention into reality and sustain it.

There is a profound difference between information and meaning.

The manager administers; the leader innovates.

People who cannot invent and reinvent themselves must be content with borrowed postures, secondhand ideas, fitting in instead of standing out.

Leaders keep their eyes on the horizon, not just on the bottom line.

How can we educators claim credit for understanding, let alone teaching, the 'global mind' without a single course on the impact of religion on every day life?

The original and brilliant idea of an MBA was the opportunity for students to study the theory and application of business and management principles.