Thought Leadership: prompting businesses to think and learn

Dutch School of Thought, August 24, no comments

Sadly, the author of this energetic book passed away just when the book was about to be published. We have deep respect for all his work, his enthusiasm and his eagerness to bring together the views of many different people.

One particularly nice aspect about the book is how Laurie Young puts thought leadership in a historical perspective. The parts of this book focusing on ‘communication’ might be a bit obvious for the communication professionals among us, but it is nevertheless worthwhile reading and a good way to explore your own ideas on activating thought leadership in your organisation.

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