This was the final paper for my Leadership in Management course. Unfortunately, it was the last assignment due in my college career (and due at 8am the day after Clinic presentations), and it did not get the attention it should have…
Paper: IBM Corporation Turnaround
This is the fourth and last case study from my Leadership in Management course. It covers IBM and is set in the late eighties. Continue reading “Paper: IBM Corporation Turnaround”
Paper: Andrea Jung & Avon Case Analysis
This was the third cases study from my Leadership & Management course. It’s on Andrea Jung, CEO of Avon, as she struggles to revive the cosmetics giants flagging sales.
Paper: Wendy Kopp & Teach For America
This paper is the second case study from my Leadership in Management class. It looks at Wendy Kopp’s history leading Teach For America, which you may be surprised to learn was in danger of dying several years after startup (when this case study is set).
Paper: Tipping Point Leadership
This paper is a case study based on Tipping Point Leadership for my Leadership in Management class. It’s set in 1990 and is about the state of the New York Police Department just as Bill Bratton (who you might remember for his “broken glass” approach toÂ crime fighting) is taking over.
Paper: Leadership Styles in “The President, The Pope, and the Prime Minister”
This is the first paper I wrote for my Leadership in Management course, which I took second semester senior year. It was a pretty good course, although predictably Republican in its politics. This paper is a summary and analysis of The President, The Pope, and The Prime Minister. It may not be clear from below, but while I found the book interesting because I lack a good education in that time period, it’s also impressively slanted and not something you should take as gospel.
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