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FCW : September 30, 2013
24 September 30, 2013 FCW.COM Every year, business school professors across the country churn out hundreds of research studies and books on leadership, manage- ment, productivity and organizational ef - ciency. And every year, a select few rise to the top, creating buzz in the business world and giving managers new tools for motivat- ing teams and ensuring success. Although most management schools study corporate environments rather than governmental ones, the following ve tips struck FCW as being equally valuable to public-sector leaders. 1 Cultivate a giving culture Adam Grant is the youngest tenured profes- sor at the University of Pennsylvania s Whar- ton School and consistently wins awards for teaching. So when he publishes a best- selling book about the factors that lead to success, you might want to give it a read. Grant s book, "Give and Take: A Revo- lutionary Approach to Success," examines 5ways to be a FCW HAS CULLED THE BEST IDEAS FROM BUSINESS SCHOOLS FOR AGENCY EXECUTIVES SEEKING TO IMPROVE THEIR GAME better BY KATHERINE REYNOLDS LEWIS
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