Barenboim: Adaptive leadership (B) Case Solution

The case study in four parts (if the text A, B, C, and D video case) illustrates the key concepts and lessons on adaptive behavior change in certain extra-musical activities in Berlin and recognized stock-based conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim. This case illustrates the challenges associated with resistance to adaptive change, understanding stakeholders, managing conflict, although important psychological challenges unpopular leader, efforts to change the conditions of pressure from various stakeholders, consciously or unconsciously trying to divert the leader focused on changing push forward. The case is fertile ground for the exploration of the theory of adaptive change soil (as proposed by Heifetz and Linsky), the debate about the dangers of the leader, and the psychological challenges of leadership.
Ulf Schafer,
Konstantin Korotov
Source: ESMT – European School of Management and Technology
4 pages.
Release Date: October 21, 2010. Prod #: ES1081-PDF-ENG
Barenboim: adaptive sense (B) Case Solution

Barenboim: Adaptive leadership (B) Case Solution
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