Leadership and management are evolving in fundamental ways, driven by changing access toinformation brought on by technology. Information and people can no longer be controlledthrough centralized governance structures and, at the same time, are more susceptible tobeing controlled through their relationships, cultures, and influences. That shift has been disorienting to both those in leadership and management roles and to individuals, as we collectively work to understand . . .
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