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Handbook of Top Management Teams

  • Frank Bournois
  • Jérôme Duval-Hamel
  • Sylvie Roussillon
  • Jean-Louis Scaringella

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxix
  2. Introduction: Executive Governance and Top Management Teams

    1. Frank Bournois, Sylvie Roussillon
      Pages 1-17
  3. Who Are the Top Managers?

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 19-19
    2. Management Teams

      1. Donald C. Hambrick
        Pages 23-30
      2. Jérôme Baray, Frank Bournois
        Pages 31-37
      3. Susan Schneider, Erwan Bellard
        Pages 38-44
      4. Maurice Thévenet
        Pages 52-59
    3. Top Managers’ Networks

    4. Careers and Motivations of an Elite

      1. Brooklyn C. Derr
        Pages 121-125
      2. Edgar H. Schein
        Pages 126-133
      3. Yehuda Baruch
        Pages 134-146
      4. Muriel Penicaud
        Pages 147-155
      5. Shaun Tyson
        Pages 173-182
      6. Manfred Kets de Vries, Katharina Balazs
        Pages 183-190
      7. Sylvie Roussillon, Jérôme Duval-Hamel
        Pages 191-199
      8. Frank Bournois, Sylvie Roussillon
        Pages 200-206
      9. Sharon McDowell-Larsen
        Pages 207-213
      10. Jean Lipman-Blumen
        Pages 214-220
  4. Where do Top Executives Come From? (The Origin of Top Executives)

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 221-221
    2. Selection of Top Executives

      1. Sylvie Roussillon, Frank Bournois
        Pages 225-234
      2. Philippe d’Iribarne
        Pages 235-241
      3. Frédérique Alexandre-Bailly, Marion Festing, Claudia Jonczyk
        Pages 242-249
      4. Thierry Chavel
        Pages 258-262
      5. Teresa Nelson
        Pages 263-269
    3. Training and Competencies

      1. Jean-Louis Scaringella
        Pages 279-286
      2. Hervé Borensztejn
        Pages 287-290
      3. Jennifer W. Martineau, Kelly M. Hannum
        Pages 291-298
      4. Malcolm Higgs, Victor Dulewicz, Chris Brewster
        Pages 307-316
  5. What Are Top Executives Doing?

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 317-317
    2. Leadership

      1. Sylvie Roussillon
        Pages 321-329
      2. Sophie Faure, Françoise Tollet
        Pages 338-351
      3. Alain Gauthier
        Pages 352-356
      4. Jacques Rojot
        Pages 357-361
      5. Jean-François Manzoni, Jean-Louis Barsoux
        Pages 362-369
    3. Decision-Taking Process

      1. Victoire de Margerie
        Pages 373-379
      2. Frédéric Fréry
        Pages 380-385
      3. Hervé Laroche
        Pages 386-391
      4. Daniel P. Forbes, Frances J. Milliken
        Pages 392-398
    4. Communication

About this book

Introduction

Questions of company governance have been examined over the years, but this has generally been in areas concerning shareholders. Meanwhile the management team and board of directors remain comparatively unexplored. This book has been written to provide a way into this relatively unknown world of executive committees.

Keywords

controlling management Manager organization

Editors and affiliations

  • Frank Bournois
    • 1
  • Jérôme Duval-Hamel
    • 1
  • Sylvie Roussillon
    • 2
  • Jean-Louis Scaringella
    • 3
  1. 1.Sorbonne UniversitésParis 2France
  2. 2.EMLYON Business SchoolFrance
  3. 3.Paris Chamber of Commerce and IndustryFrance

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