1. Generating Extraordinary Energy
2. Hot Spots Burning Bright Across the World.
3. The First Element: A Cooperative Mindset
4. The Second Element: Crossing Boundaries
5. The Third Element: The Igniting Purpose
6. The Forth Element: Productive Capacity
7. Leader's Role in Hot Spots
8. Designing for the emergence of Hot Spots
About the Author
Lynda Gratton is Professor of Management Practice at London Business School where she directs the school's executive program, "Human Resource Strategy in Transforming Organizations." She is the author of The Democratic Enterprise, Living Strategy, and Strategic Human Resource Management. She has twice been named one of the world's top management thinkers in The Times of London.
"Lynda Gratton offers creative insights into how to energize and
humanize organizations. Hot Spots is a user's manual for the
organization of the future. It integrates perceptive theory and
-Dave Ulrich, Professor, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan and
Partner, The RBL Group
"You have to collaborate to compete in the global economy. Hot Spots is a practical and insightful guide to the new collaborative reality."
-Laura Tyson, Professor of Economics and Business Administration, Haas School of Business, University of California at Berkeley
"Great companies buzz with energy and innovation. In this provocative and thought provoking book, Professor Gratton shows just how important this is-and how something so ethereal can be understood and acted upon with rigor. A must-read for every practicing manager."
-Professor Gary Hamel, author of the bestsellers Leading the Revolution and Competing for the Future and Director of the Management Innovation Lab at London Business School