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Michael J. Marquardt



Michael J. Marquardt, Ed.D. is professor of Human Resource Development and International Affairs as well as Program Director of Overseas Programs at George Washington University. Dr. Marquardt also serves as President of the World Institute for Action Learning and is the author of 20 books, including Leading with Questions and Optimizing the Power of Action Learning.
Books currently available by this author

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Davies-Black

Global Teams

Lisa Horvath, Michael J. Marquardt
Authors:
Lisa Horvath, Michael J. Marquardt

Just like the companies in which they function, teams are going global. Businesses everywhere are at last recognizing global teams for what they are: the force that connects the best people and ideas from all over the world and helps deliver the services and products demanded by global customers. Global Teams offers the tools and strategies you need to effectively lead and/or participate in a global team and to get things done across the boundaries and barriers of diversity and distance.

Nicholas Brealey International

The e-HR Advantage

Deborah D. Waddill, Michael J. Marquardt
Authors:
Deborah D. Waddill, Michael J. Marquardt
Nicholas Brealey International

Optimizing the Power of Action Learning

Michael J. Marquardt, Shannon Banks, Peter Cauwelier, Choon Seng Ng
Authors:
Michael J. Marquardt, Shannon Banks, Peter Cauwelier, Choon Seng Ng
Nicholas Brealey International

Building the Learning Organization

Michael J. Marquardt
Authors:
Michael J. Marquardt

This essential best-practices toolkit with lessons from world-class leaders-FedEx, Nokia, Alcoa, Whirlpool, Microsoft, and others-tells how to successfully transform an organization into one that not only continually learns from its experiences but quickly translates that knowledge into improved performance. Rich with hands-on tools and dozens of new examples and case studies, this highly anticipated updated edition of the award-winning Building the Learning Organization puts the power of the author's Systems Learning Organization model into the hands of any manager who wants to participate in building, maintaining, and sustaining the next generation of learning organizations.