Table of contents for Hedgehogs and foxes : character, leadership, and command in organizations / by Abraham Zaleznik.


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INTRODUCTION * PART I: THE OPTIMISTS * The Propensity for Risk: Eisenhower in the Military and the Presidency * A Disengaged President: Ronald Reagan and his Lieutenants * The Psychology of Healthy Mindedness * PART II: THE NARCISSISTS * To Be Singleminded: Admiral Hyman G. Rickover and the Nuclear Navy * A Mission in Life: Florence Nightingale and Medical Reform * Ego Psychology and Bureaucracy * PART III: THE GENERALISTS * The Education of Robert McNamara, Secretary of Defense, 1961-68 * From Monomania to Megalomania: Harold Geneen and ITT * The Operational Code of the Manager * PART IV: THE EMPOWERERS * Martin Luther King, Jr. and Militant Nonviolence: A Psychoanalytic Study * Franz Fanon: Purgation Through Violence * The Psychodynamics of Empowerment * PART V: THE HUMANISTS * Joseph Conrad: Sharing the Secret of Command * Hermann Melville's "Billy Budd": A Study of Character * Identity, Imagination, and Command * CONCLUSION * A Dialogue on Psycho-Politics and Command
INTRODUCTION * PART I: THE OPTIMISTS * The Propensity for Risk: Eisenhower in the Military and the Presidency * A Disengaged President: Ronald Reagan and his Lieutenants * The Psychology of Healthy Mindedness * PART II: THE NARCISSISTS * To Be Singleminded: Admiral Hyman G. Rickover and the Nuclear Navy * A Mission in Life: Florence Nightingale and Medical Reform * Ego Psychology and Bureaucracy * PART III: THE GENERALISTS * The Education of Robert McNamara, Secretary of Defense, 1961-68 * From Monomania to Megalomania: Harold Geneen and ITT * The Operational Code of the Manager * PART IV: THE EMPOWERERS * Martin Luther King, Jr. and Militant Nonviolence: A Psychoanalytic Study * Franz Fanon: Purgation Through Violence * The Psychodynamics of Empowerment * PART V: THE HUMANISTS * Joseph Conrad: Sharing the Secret of Command * Hermann Melville's "Billy Budd": A Study of Character * Identity, Imagination, and Command * CONCLUSION * A Dialogue on Psycho-Politics and Command



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Political leadership.
Power (Social sciences)
Control (Psychology)
Leadership -- Psychological aspects.
Decision making.
Political leadership -- United States -- Case studies.
Leadership -- Case studies.
Executives -- Psychology -- Case studies.