From 2007 Milwaukee leaders from different areas (large, established companies, civil society organizations, public sector, academia and entrepreneurs) negotiated a way to transform the region into a global water hub to appeal to economic and environmental concerns. The Heads of State and Government with various inserts made in the change, work together to re-arrange and support existing units to maximize the collective potential. Your actions exemplary “Advanced Leadership” in a complex social system, such as … Read more »

From 2007 Milwaukee leaders from different areas (large, established companies, civil society organizations, public sector, academia and entrepreneurs) negotiated a way to transform the region into a global water hub to appeal to economic and environmental concerns. The Heads of State and Government with various inserts made in the change, work together to re-arrange and support existing units to maximize the collective potential. Your actions exemplary “Advanced Leadership” in a complex social system such as a community or region. There was no central leader, but it was a collection of coalitions and joint activities that contributed to the final result
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Rosabeth Moss Kanter,
Matthew Bird
Source: Harvard Business School
24 pages.
Release Date: 20, August 2012. Prod #: 313057-PDF-ENG
Milwaukee (A): Making of a World Water Hub HBR case solution

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