Bennis and Thomas discovery is that successful leaders among both geeks and geezers possess the quality of neoteny, a certain youthful inquisitiveness and enjoy life that makes each of them want to learn constantly and explore new possibilities both in their business and personal lives.
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" Geeks& Geezers: How Era, Values, and Defining Moments Shape Leaders Warren G. Bennis, Robert J. Thomas Harvard Business School Press, 2002 Business& Economics 224 pages " Our youngest leaders matured in the glow of computer screens; our oldest in the shadow of the Depression and World War II. In a groundbreaking study of these two disparate groups affectionately labeled" geeks" and" geezers" leadership experts Warren G.
Bennis and Robert J. Thomas set out to Warren Bennis On Geeks and Geezers For their 2003 book, Geeks and Geezers: How Era, Values, and Defining Moments Shape Leaders, Robert Thomas and Warren Bennis interviewed almost 50 leaders, geeks leaders between the ages of 21 and 35 and geezers men and women between the ages of 70 and 93.
Bennis and Thomas report surprising findings about the fundamentals of leadership after studying leaders who grew up in World War II and those born after 1975. Geeks and Geezers Summary Warren Geeks& Geezers AchieveMax Top Ten Book Review.
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