Leadership for a Fractured World

Leadership for a Fractured World

Book review

How to Cross Boundaries, Build Bridges, and Lead Change

"The book made me think deeply about how boundaries exist in regards to policing. Within police organizations, boundaries are usually created around geography—the local area command manages a number of police stations formed around the concept of a shared locational identity. Boundaries are also created around non-geographical domains, frequently through a mixture of crime types and the specialized skills required in response."

Source: Andy Singh, Director Frontier Knowledge, AIPM. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice. Read more here

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