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Thinking about Leadership by Nannerl O. Keohane

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Conclusion

AS I NOTED AT THE OUTSET, the purpose of this book has been to clear away some of the underbrush that prevents us from seeing clearly what we are analyzing when we think about leadership and to suggest some of the questions we need to answer if we are to understand leadership more fully. Along the way other tempting paths have opened up. Leadership is such a complex, pervasive, and fascinating phenomenon that there will always be more questions that deserve thoughtful consideration. In this conclusion, I briefly review some of my answers to the questions I have posed and suggest areas for further exploration.

In the introduction, I said that “pointing out family resemblances among different instances of leadership is one of the main ...

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