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Bournois, Frank

Handbook of Top Management Teams

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Executive Governance and Top Management Teams
Frank Bournois, Sylvie Roussillon

A. Who Are the Top Managers?

2. Top Management Teams
Donald C. Hambrick

3. Profile of the Top Executives of CAC 40 Companies
Jérôme Baray, Frank Bournois

4. Diversity and Top Management Teams
Susan Schneider, Erwan Bellard

5. Performance of Top Management Teams: The Dynamics of Elective Affinities
Lionel Prud’homme

6. Company Culture and Chief Executives
Maurice Thévenet

7. Managing Strategic Contradictions: A Top Management Team Model for Simultaneously Exploring and Exploiting
Wendy K. Smith, Michael L. Tushman

8. Learning in Executive Teams and Replacing the Chief Executive
Quentin Lefebvre

9. Company Executives: A Possible New Social Group
Bernard Galambaud

10. The HRD (Human Resources Director)-MD (Managing Director) Double Act
Frank Bournois, Catherine Voynnet-Fourboul

11. The Entourage of the Top Executive: Definition and Functions
Tessa Melkonian, Frank Bournois

12. Strategic Human Resource Management of Top Management Team Social Networks: Controlling Executive Relationships for Enhanced Organisational Advantage
Kevin D. Clark, Christopher J. Collins

13. The Internal Career Orientations of Executives
Brooklyn C. Derr

14. Career Anchors for Leaders
Edgar H. Schein

15. Career Management Practices
Yehuda Baruch

16. The Path of the Top Executive
Muriel Penicaud

17. Senior Executive Compensation in France: Principles and Practice
Christiane Alcouffe

18. Pay and Performance at Director Level
Shaun Tyson

19. The Shadow Side of Leadership
Manfred Kets Vries, Katharina Balazs

20. Top Executives: Under Pressure and Putting Pressure
Sylvie Roussillon, Jérôme Duval-Hamel

21. Management of Health Assets: Are Top Executives Up to It?
Frank Bournois, Sylvie Roussillon

22. Stress Takes a Toll on Leaders
Sharon McDowell-Larsen

23. Toxic Leadership: A Conceptual Framework
Jean Lipman-Blumen

B. Where do Top Executives Come From? (The Origin of Top Executives)

24. Identifying Future Managers and Developing Top Potential
Sylvie Roussillon, Frank Bournois

25. The Singular Origin of Top Managers in France
Philippe d’Iribarne

26. Background, Identification and Training of Executives in France and Germany
Frédérique Alexandre-Bailly, Marion Festing, Claudia Jonczyk

27. The Process of Initiation for the Future Senior Executive
Maryse Dubouloy

28. Coaching: Who Wants to Be a Top Executive?
Thierry Chavel

29. The Role and Influence of Firm Founders
Teresa Nelson

30. Company Management and Institutions: The Contribution of Neo-Institutionalist Theories
Isabelle Huault

31. Executive Education: A Process of Continuous Development
Jean-Louis Scaringella

32. The Training of Top Executives
Hervé Borensztejn

33. Leadership Development Evaluation
Jennifer W. Martineau, Kelly M. Hannum

34. Unconventional Paradigms in Management: When Should Top Management Leave the Groove towards Nonconformity? The Cases of the Black Box Model and Monetary Incentives
Luciano Traquandi

35. Emotionally Intelligent Leadership at the Top
Malcolm Higgs, Victor Dulewicz, Chris Brewster

C. What Are Top Executives Doing?

36. Reducing Violence, the New Role of Top Executive
Sylvie Roussillon

37. The Top Executive’s Martial Art: His Strategic Approach
Daniel Hervouët

38. Human Excellence and Governance: The Confucius Challenge
Sophie Faure, Françoise Tollet

39. Stages of Leadership Development
Alain Gauthier

40. The Theory of Organisations and the CEO
Jacques Rojot

41. Leaders’ Self-Defeating Response to Perceived Underperformance
Jean-François Manzoni, Jean-Louis Barsoux

42. Advice to Top Executives: Keep an Eye on Technology!
Victoire Margerie

43. Is the Executive a Strategist?
Frédéric Fréry

44. Executives and Decisions
Hervé Laroche

45. How Boards of Directors Interact as Decision-making Groups
Daniel P. Forbes, Frances J. Milliken

46. Ambiguous Relations: The Journalist and the Corporate Executive
Pascal Junghans

47. Lessons from the Dark Side of Information Use: The Impact on People, Values and Company Performance
Donald A. Marchand

48. The Organisational Grapevine: Lessons for Business Leaders
Allan J. Kimmel

49. Multilingual Top Management Teams
Jane Henderson Kassis

50. Elements of Narratology for Use by Top Executives
Thierry Boudès

51. A Bilingual Encyclopaedia: The Translator’s Challenge
Nicholas Lorriman

52. Organisational Transformation: Moves and Rhythms
Patrick Besson

53. Facilitating Strategic Renewal by Managing Strategic Role Conflict
Steven W. Floyd, Peter J. Lane

54. ‘Intrapreneurship’: Corporate Entrepreneurship Developing an Entrepreneurial Dynamic within Large Businesses
Olivier Basso

55. ‘R.S.V.P.’: A Methodology to Ensure the Success of Organisational Transformation Projects
Stephan Franz Gellrich

56. Top Management and Labour Relations
Jérôme Duval-Hamel

57. Chief Executives and Crisis Management
Patrick O’Quin

58. The Director in Crisis Situations
Christophe Roux-Dufort

59. The Influence of Governance Characteristics on the Strategic Response to a Failed Takeover Bid
Sayan Chatterjee, Jeffrey S. Harrison, Donald D. Bergh

60. Everyday Management of Top Executives’ Priorities
Carole Drucker-Godard

61. Timing and Innovation: Explicit Trade-offs
Delphine Manceau

62. The Three Time Frames in Corporate Organisation and Management
Michelle Bergadaa

63. Planning and Budgeting: A New Approach for Senior Management
Olivier Saulpic

64. Bounded Rationality, Sunk Costs and Industry Structure
David G. Hoopes, Douglas R. Johnson

65. Top Managers and Internationalisation Decisions
Stefan Schmid

66. The Role of Cultural Distance and Corporate Governance in the Decision to Expand Internationally
Fabrice Roth

67. Corporate Governance
Pierre-Yves Gomez

68. The Agency Theory, CEO Entrenchment and Corporate Governance Theories
Alain Finet

69. Mapping the Corporate Governance Landscape
Andrew Kakabadse, Nada K. Kakabadse

70. The International Convergence of Systems of Corporate Governance
Jérôme Caby

71.
‘Mitbestimmung’ in the German Corporate Governance System
Stefan Schmid

72. Corporate Governance in Russia: A State of the Art
Frédéric Jallat, Anatoly Zhuplev

73. Governance of Family Businesses
Gérard Hirigoyen

74. Top Management Strata and Governance in Professional Services Firms: Structural and Agency Challenges
Kevin D. Clark, Jonathan P. Doh, Stephen A. Stumpf

75. The Overall Management of French State-Owned Companies in Question
Franck Brillet, Gilles Ménardière

76. Internationalisation of the Shareholding of Large Companies: Impact on the Function of Top Executives
Franck Bancel

77. Executive Replacement and Shareholder Wealth: A Review of the Theoretical Literature
Isabelle Dherment-Férère

78. A User’s Guide for Interpreting the CEO Letter to Shareholders
Sebastien Point

79. Increasing Firm Value Through Detection and Prevention of White-Collar Crime
Karen Schnatterly

80. Ethicists, Corporate Responsibility and Executive Action
Yves Medina

81. Ethics, Cynicism and Governance
Jacques Delga, Gilles Wijk

82. For a Managerial Ethic
Dom Hugues Minguet

Keywords: Business and Management, Management

Editor
 
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
749 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230305335
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-30451-6

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