In this article, Morgan W. McCall, Jr. (USC) and George P. Hollenbeck (Hollenbeck and Associates) look at leadership through the lens of expertise and relate the findings of a wide range of research on experts, expertise, and expert performance to how we think about leaders and leadership development.
Research and Insights Archive
Research and Insights from the Center for Effective Organizations
George P. Hollenbeck (Hollenbeck Associates) and Morgan W. McCall, Jr. (USC) explain that as companies strive to expand their reach from national to global enterprises, the limiting factor is more likely to be human rather than financial capital.
George P. Hollenbeck and Morgan W. McCall, Jr. share that as we begin the 21st century, evidence abounds that executive and leadership development has failed to meet expectations.
Based on a wide-ranging study of veteran global executives, leadership development experts, Morgan W. McCall and George P. Hollenbeck reveal what it takes for organizations to groom, and individuals to become, successful international executives.
George P. Hollenbeck and Morgan W. McCall, Jr. speculate on what the current state of the science, art, and practice of leadership development implies for leadership development in the 2000s.