Elizabeth Edersheim on Management Lessons of a Lifelong Student

I’m always on the lookout for the best insight and action you can use for work and life.  I especially enjoy when I find somebody who is truly a thought leader, a giant in their space.

After all, I’m a big fan of helping everyone “stand on the shoulders of giants.”

Elizabeth is a giant (actually, more like a Titan) in the field of management.   She brings to the table more than 30 years of experience in the art and science of management.  She’s a former McKinsey partner, a holds a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management, and she is the author of McKinsey’s Marvin Bower, and The Definitive Drucker.

She knows her stuff.

So I asked her to share her stuff.

Elizabeth has written a powerful guest post for me on her best lessons learned in the art and science of management:

Management Lessons of a Lifelong Student, by Elizabeth Edersheim.

She reveals the secrets of the best managers and best leaders, and puts it right at your fingertips.  Every now and then you read something that changes your breadth or depth on a topic.   This is one of those posts.

It’s a wealth of insight and action.

Keep in mind that Elizabeth operates at multiple levels of management, so whether you are a line-leader or a CEO, Elizabeth has distilled some key insights you can immediate apply, or refine your thinking, or perhaps lead to a new “ah-ha” moment.

Enjoy, and may the best practices for management serve you well, whether you’re shaping your own business or the business around you.

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