In this issue we turn to the question of how the WE correlates with leadership in a networked world. At first sight the dynamic, self-organizing amorphous "WE" might seem a strange bedfellow to the strict, unbending, authoritarian ideas of "leadership" mainly found in business. In this issue a quite extraordinary line-up of authors (Don Tapscott, John Hagel, J.P. Rangaswami and many more) is sharing its insights and future vision for the topic of leadership.
we_special_/ leadership ... in a networked world Who Is Leading WikiRevolutions? Don Tapscott About Leaders And Followers Gunter Dueck Leading A Culture Of Innovation Ken Robinson Leading From The Edge John Hagel III Leadership In A Flat Organization J.P. Rangaswami Leadership Must Walk The Talk! Martin Spilker A Wake-up Call For Despots Lee Bryant Political Leadership Goes WE Sabine Donner You’ve Got To Be The Change You Want To See! Ismael Khatib Rien ne va plus! So Let’s Start A New Game! Peter Kruse / Thomas Sattelberger Traditional Management Stopped Working! Luis Suarez / Stephen Denning What A Little Nuance Can Do! Itay Talgam Doing It The Wiki Way Frank Roebers When Brand And Corporate Values Meet! Hermann Demmel Facebooked? Klaus Doppler / Andreas Nau The Power Of Horse Sense: Leadership Through Values Beate Hausmann http://www.we-magazine.net