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Morten T. Hansen is a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and INSEAD in France. Previously, he was an associate professor at Harvard Business School, where he taught leadership and general management. In addition to his academic career, Hansen has been a management consultant for a number of years with the Boston Consulting Group. He holds a PhD from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Great book to serve as an inspiration to how teamwork is key to sustainable rebranding as Detroit continues to climbPublished 1 month ago by gregory p blass
The book uncovers a lot of what goes on while creating networks at a company to make sure collaboration results in success.Published 3 months ago by Muanis
It still takes more than one to collaborate so you better share the book for results.Published 8 months ago by Chuck
I highly recommend this book to leaders of men and women. Good collaboration by the leader must be intentional and consistently taking place if the business is to grow. Read morePublished 12 months ago by John Hatcher
Great book - makes you think and modifies your management patterns. The ideas and experiences shared by using a collaborative approach vice a traditional one have proven much more... Read morePublished 16 months ago by R. Berube
The author presents practical and systematic approach to the issue of collaboration in organization. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jysoo Lee
This book just blew my mind. Now its blowing my CEO's mind. It should be the next thing that blows your mind.Published 21 months ago by korey
This work is quite the all-inclusive book when it comes to collaboration. The author, Morten T. Hansen, has plenty of credibility in the subject - it was the thesis of his PhD... Read morePublished on September 15, 2013 by Jordanrio