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A Primer on Communication Studies, v1.0
An Introduction to Organizational Communication, v0.0
Boundless U. S. History:
Brook Manville's "Should open source leaders go native?":
Bruce Merrifield's "'Boss' Habits = Situational Leadership":
Charles R. Nichols' "Nelson Mandela: A leader's guide" and "Diversity":
Chris Cunningham's "Leadership and Conflict Management: Business Ethics":
Colin Price's "Encouraging Organizations to Change: The Influence Model"
Connson Locke's "Actions speak louder than words: Adaptive non-verbal communication is a key leadership skill for collaborative teams":
Dan Rockwell's articles:
Dave Kelly's "Aggressive Personality Type":
Donald Clark's "Introduction to Competencies"
Donelson R. Forsyth's "The Psychology of Groups":
Gary Hamel's "Nine Ways to Identify Natural Leaders":
Independence Hall Association's "Teddy Roosevelt: The Rough Rider in the White House"
Jason Bowser's "8 traits of successful entrepreneurs -- Do you have what it takes?":
Jim Whitehurst's "What Our Families Teach Us About Organizational Life"
Julian Birkinshaw's "The M-word":
Lieutenant Colonel Belinda L. Buckman's "Vince Lombardi as a Strategic Leader":
Martin White's "Virtual Teams: Benefits & Challenges":
Opensource.com's "Advice from 5 Joomla! Project leaders: Part 1":
Organizational Behavior, v1.1:
Polly LaBarre's "What's Your Default?":
Praxis Framework's "Blake and Mouton":
Principles of Management, v1.1:
Project Management from Simple to Complex, v1.1:
Ruth Suehle's "Nike Improving the Environment and Communities the Open Source Way"
Sheena Iyengar's "How to Make Choosing Easier"; Ruth Chang's "How to Make Hard Choices"; and Ash Beckham's "When to Take a Stand -- and When to Let it Go":
Skip Weisman's "Great Leaders Master 'The 3 Levels of High-Performance Leadership Communication'":
The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business, v1.0
U.S. Small Business Association's "Leadership Traits":
War Resisters' International's "Techniques for consensus decision making in large groups: The spokesperson council method":
Wikispaces' "Theories of Knowledge's "Selectivity of Perception":