The Power of Paradox (Paperback)
Harness the Energy of Competing Ideas to Uncover Radically Innovative Solutions
Career Press, 9781601633132, 256pp.
Publication Date: March 24, 2014
Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (3/31/2014)
Taking readers through the same steps she's used to help Fortune 500 companies such as Scottrade, Georgia-Pacific, and Boeing, Deborah Schroeder-Saulnier reveals a dynamic critical-thinking process anyone can use to define the strategic tensions within his or her organization, identify the potential of seemingly conflicting options, and develop action steps to maximize the benefits of each.
Complete with examples of companies that achieved a competitive advantage with this breakthrough strategy, The Power of Paradox will help you face chronic challenges with confidence and uncover unexpected and infinitely better solutions.
About the Author
Deborah Schroeder-Saulnier, president and CEO at Excel Leadership Solutions and a former partner at the Clarion Group, is a results-driven executive with a PhD in management. She has devoted her career of more than 24 years to partnering with CEOs and top leaders to clarify focus and accelerate the pursuit of critical market, business, and leadership priorities. Her work with a variety of Fortune 500 companies has been centered on collaborative and integrative approaches that solve problems. She is based in St. Louis, Missouri.
Praise For The Power of Paradox: Harness the Energy of Competing Ideas to Uncover Radically Innovative Solutions…
--Ward Klein, CEO, Energizer Holdings, Inc.
"The Power of Paradox will challenge you to think more critically than you normally do...which will ultimately improve your business."
--Jim Kavanaugh, CEO, World Wide Technology, Inc. (WWT)
"Deborah Schroeder-Saulnier will give you the right advice to make your business flourish. You will get all the information you need in The Power of Paradox."
--Lori Jacob, president and CEO, Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis, Inc.
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