Giraffes of Technology by Dr. Hubert Glover
The Making of the Twenty-First-Century Leader

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A serious business book with a light touch, a clear message and much wisdom.


Giraffes of Technology: The Making of the 21st-Century Leader frames a new model of leadership and vision that is suited to the realities of today’s marketplace and that responds to the complexity of technology and change. Laying out six core concepts in the construct of an empowering metaphor, Giraffes of Technology will stimulate your imagination and open your eyes to new ways of thinking about the opportunities and challenges present in the technologically-driven culture of today. For more information, visit

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Dr. Hubert Glover is an experienced CEO and academician who teaches at Drexel University. He has more than 30 years leading major enterprises, including subsidiaries of PricewaterhouseCoopers and his own company REDE, Inc. (which has won numerous awards for their services to federal agencies and Fortune 500 companies). He has written more than 50 articles in academic and professional journals about corporate governance, auditing, international accounting, and emerging managerial issues. He recognizes that his formal education is vital but also his invaluable global experiences by working with diverse groups of people in business settings, by teaching university students, and by volunteering for non-profits and serving on various boards of directors.Dr. Glover's co-author for Giraffes of Technology, Professor John Curry is an award-winning writer, who lectures at the University of Maryland and has taught literature and writing at Santa Monica College and Occidental College. His novella "The Medina Wall," awarded honorable mention in Paris Belletric's "The Archer Prize." His graduate thesis advisor was novelist John Rechy (recipient of PEN-USA-West's 1997 Lifetime Achievement Award). As Secretary of the Board at Washington Independent Writers (AIW), he co-chaired the American University, George Mason University, and Johns Hopkins University fictions seminars, events that attracted Pulitzer Prize-winner Edward P. Jones, novelist Francine Prose, and others.
Published February 11, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 162 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology, Science & Math.
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on Apr 24 2013

A serious business book with a light touch, a clear message and much wisdom.

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