We at CoachingOurselves are proud to announce our latest topic discussion guide: “I.T. Does Have an Off Button” by our newest author; Peter Todd, Dean of the Faculty of Management & Henry Mintzberg of McGill University.
I.T. Does Have an Off Button
allows management teams to evaluate the impact of mobile technologies on their managing and generate some ideas for taking command of them.
Managers learn to appreciate the benefits and the threats of this technology, harness it to increase their managerial effectiveness, and understand the critical importance of balancing soft information in managing effectively.
Always provocative and eye-opening, CoachingOurselves topic discussion guides will leave management teams with new perspectives and key learnings that will make them better managers.
CoachingOurselves is a collaborative approach to management and leadership development created by Henry Mintzberg and Phil LeNir. World renowned management and business thinkers have authored 90-minute discussion guides for management teams. These are a platform to build trust, learn from experiences and each other, and plan strategies and actions to make change happen.
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