IEDC Books of the Year

IEDC Book of the Year 2016

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Digitalization as Investment in Change by Joe Peppard

Women Leaders: Agents of Change in Europe

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On the occasion of the 30th Anniversary of IEDC - Bled School of Management, Slovenia, in cooperation with IEDC Coca-Cola Chair for Sustainable Development and under the patronage of Nova KBM.

IEDC Book of the year 2015

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The Book of the Year 2015 is centered around the brilliant lecture of Professor William Fisher on Digital Leadership.The first step in digital leadership is the capacity to think of change as continuous, not episodic, and then respond accordingly.

IEDC Book of the year 2014

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The Book of the Year 2014 is centered around the brilliant lecture of Professor Roger Martin on strategy. The first sentence of the cover text of his book Playing to Win reads: “Strategy is not complex. But it is hard.” To a highly interested audience of one hundred and sixty executives, politicians, consultants, and professors of management from more than twenty countries, he explained why this is true.

IEDC Book of the Year 2013

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How Global are We?, By Pankaj Ghemawat. Not only are our markets not completely globalized, whether we are talking about trade, people flows or exchange of information, but we also have a tendency to overestimate how global the world has become.

IEDC - A Creative Environment for Creative Leadership

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This is the second publication presenting IEDC art collection (first was published 13 years ago). In this book IEDC’s President Prof. Danica Purg and IEDC faculty members Dr. Ian Sutherland and Prof. Arnold Walravens contributed the discussion on connections between Art and Leadership practice based on the experience in IEDC. Lilijana Stepančič, the art historian and IEDC alumna, describes the art collection; finally, architect and artist Matej Mljač writes about the architecture of the school and its architect Prof. Vojteh Ravnikar.

IEDC Book of the year 2012

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With Open Innovation to Success: Henry Chesbrough

IEDC Book of the year 2011

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CREATING THE FUTURE: Edgar Schein, Manfred Kets de Vries, Ichak Adizes, Jean-Pierre Lehmann, Aleksandra Kornhauser Frazer, Hermann Simon, Horst Weitzmann, Nancy Adler With the address by the President of the Republic of Slovenia Dr. Danilo Türk

IEDC Book of the year 2010

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Stéphane Garelli: Business as Unusual: A competiveness outlook for 2011, and Beyond

IEDC Book of the year 2009

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Hermann Simon: Role Models of Leadership beyond the Crisis

IEDC Book of the year 2008

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Innovation is a managerial phenomenon that can almost always be done more effectively.

IEDC Book of the year 2007

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The point is that the set-up-tofail syndrome is a joint process. It takes two individuals. They label each other, then they filter out the disconfirming evidence and retain only the confirming.

IEDC Book of the year 2006

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Instead of the written text this booklet contains a picture and sound of the lecture of Dr. Ichak Adizes from the conference Leadership for a Better World. In his lecture Prof. Adizes stressed that »leadership for a better world« requires both complementary teams and collaborative leadership. Decision-making alone is not enough; we need to implement our decisions

IEDC Book of the year 2005

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The IEDC Book of the Year 2005 features the highlight of IEDC's 10th anniversary, celebrated in 1997. Taken from the IEDC Book of the Year 2005: »All management books, including those I have written, focus on managing other people. But you can not manager other people unless you manager yourself first. The most crucial and vital resource you have as an executive and as a manager is yourself

IEDC Book of the year 2004

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Lecture by Prof. dr. Manfred Kets de Vries delivered on the occasion of the Annual President's Forum in 2004. Taken from the IEDC Book of the Year 2004: »I'm going to tell you that competitive advantage in organizations is not a matter of economies of scale or high technology. The organizational philosophy and values disseminated by a company's leader are absolutely critical for company's success.

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