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.
Who Is Leading WikiRevolutions? Don TapscottAbout Leaders And FollowersGunter DueckLeading A Culture Of Innovation Ken Robinson Leading From The Edge John Hagel IIILeadership In A Flat Organization J.P. RangaswamiLeadership Must Walk The Talk!Martin Spilker A Wake-up Call For Despots Lee BryantPolitical Leadership Goes WE Sabine DonnerYou’ve Got To Be The Change You Want To See! Ismael KhatibRien ne va plus! So Let’s Start A New Game! Peter Kruse / Thomas Sattelberger Traditional Management Stopped Working! Luis Suarez / Stephen DenningWhat A Little Nuance Can Do!Itay TalgamDoing It The Wiki Way Frank Roebers When Brand And Corporate Values Meet! Hermann DemmelFacebooked? Klaus Doppler / Andreas NauThe Power Of Horse Sense: Leadership Through Values Beate Hausmann we_special_/ ... in a networked world leadership