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Narrative vs. PowerPoint: For Leaders, It May Not Be a Matter of Fact
WCOB Faculty Publications
  • Michael S. Carriger, Sacred Heart University
Document Type
Peer-Reviewed Article
Publication Date
1-1-2010
Abstract

This paper aims to argue that narratives, skillfully deployed by senior leaders in an organization, can be a very effective tool for creating, disseminating and executing corporate strategy. The paper presents a model for narrative use by leaders and a practical guide to implementing the model. Preliminary and anecdotal data are presented to substantiation a case for leaders' use of narrative as an alternative means for conveying corporate strategy. Implications for the practical use of narratives by leaders are explored by this paper.

Comments

At the time of publication Michael Carriger managed learning, knowledge and organizational development activities for a medium-sized communication company and was a Doctor of Management candidate at the University of Maryland, University College.

DOI
10.1108/10878571011029064
Citation Information
Carriger, M. S. "Narrative vs. PowerPoint: For leaders, it may not be a matter of fact." Strategy and Leadership 38.2 (2010): 52-56.