Week 5 discussion questions (leadership)

Oct 4th, 2015
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Please answer the following two questions separately.

1. From the Cairo Review of Foreign Affairs (read the http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/cairoreview/pages/articledetails.aspx?aid=69 ), we read about Nelson Mandela's use of power for the greater good. Using the text's discussion of power and influence as a backdrop, analyze Mandela's power from multiple perspectives, and assess how his use of power changed the perspective of a nation. 

2. Read the following Harvard Business Review interview of Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks, regarding his leadership principles and vision regarding the turnaround strategy of Starbucks. 

https://hbr.org/2010/06/howard-schultz-on-starbucks-tu/

What leadership principles did Schultz display in applying his personal beliefs and values in transforming the organizational culture at Starbucks? What are Schultz's views regarding the championing of innovative practices within an organization?

Do you share in his leadership philosophy? Why or why not?

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