The Agenda Mover

The Agenda Mover

When Your Good Idea Is Not Enough

Organizations, institutions, and individuals get stuck in spite of their innovative ideas and ambitious agendas.

Never has the timing been better for a book that cuts through the theoretical jargon and delineates the exact political and managerial skills leaders need to move agendas forward.

Whether you're a team leader trying to lead change and innovation in a large corporation, an entrepreneur trying to gain support, a politician trying to expand your coalition, or an individual trying to advance your career and build networks, The Agenda Mover will give you the political and managerial leadership skills necessary to achieve results.

Based on the premise that leadership competencies and skills can be learned, The Agenda Mover is the inaugural volume of the practitioner-oriented BLG Pragmatic Leadership™ Series published in association with Cornell University Press. Each volume emphasizes specific skills of execution that leaders at all levels need to master.

Learn more about The Agenda Mover and the BLG Pragmatic Leadership Series here: http://theagendamover.com/ and pragmaticleadershipseries.com.

Samuel B. Bacharach

Samuel Bacharach, the McKelvey-Grant Professor at Cornell University, is the cofounder of the New York City–based Bacharach Leadership Group. He is the author of more than twenty books and numerous academic articles. With his colleagues at BLG, Bacharach develops and delivers training programs that enhance the core skills of pragmatic leadership, focusing on leadership as execution. Among his previous books are Get Them on Your Side and Keep Them on Your Side. He is a frequent speaker on the topic of leadership, and he is a regular columnist for Inc.



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Contingent Work
American Employment Relations in Transition

Series

The BLG Pragmatic Leadership Series

Subjects

Labor and Workplace Issues : Business and Management Studies
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