The Interconnections that Help Leaders Transform Their Business and Their Life
- How integrative solution can turn complex problems into opportunities
- How augmenting your knowledge can expand your horizon
- How creating a nurturing culture can enhance performance and Loyalty
- How redefining success makes you an exceptional leader — and a happier person
Combining powerful new ideas with actionable insights and practical tips, Dr. Laila Marouf challenges readers to rethink and revitalize the role that knowledge plays in their lives. With a more interconnected and integrative approach to knowledge, she argues, it’s possible for leaders to rise above the chaos of our fast-changing world, make better decisions, and drive enduring success for themselves, their teams, and their organization.
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Dr. Marouf has written a guide for leaders to engage in a personal journey of knowledge mindfulness in this disorienting age of disruption. She orients this path toward personal knowledge maturity—that is less of a destination but rather a process of renewing one’s knowledge and ability to take action in the world. It uniquely blends what is personal with what is strategic and practical.
Paul R. Carlile
Professor of Information Systems and Senior Associate Dean for Innovation at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business
Chairman at Consolidated Contractors International Company
Former Senior Vice President, GE, Former President & CEO, GE International Markets at GE
Partner at Goldman Sachs and former CEO of Rothesay Life
Impact Investor, Partner in TRANSFORM VC-Co-Founder Mint+Laurel
CEO of InterVest Capital Partners
Wafa Ahmed Alqatami
Board Member, Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Jeroen van der Veer
Former CEO, Phillips
Sanjay Emani Sarma
CEO and President, Asia School of Business; Professor of Mechanical Engineering, MIT