Class 1. On Leadership
- Kotter, John (2001), What Leaders Really Do, Harvard Business Review (Vietnamese version: Nhiệm vụ của nhà lãnh đạo
- Heifetz, R., (1994). Introduction & Chapter 1
- Williams, D. (2005). Introduction & Chapter 1
Class 2. Adaptive Work
- Heifetz, R., (1994). Chapter 2-4
- Williams, D. (2005). Chapter 2
- Ted Osius, Secretary General Nguyen Phu Trong's Trip to the US in 2015
Teamwork: Vietnam Responding to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Class 3. Cognitive Biases, Psychological Safety, and Complex Systems
Case: Mount Everest 1996 (HBS Case 9-303-061, 2003)
Film: Everest (2015)
Class 4. Topic Leading a Team
- Han June, Triết lý lãnh đạo của Park Hang Seo (The Leadership Philosophy of Park Hang Seo).
The overall theme of the course is adaptive leadership: the practice of mobilizing people to meetthe challenges that will enable them to thrive in changing and challenging times.
The course provides a theoretical framework to understand the complexity of change in socialsystems, analyze leadership challenges, mobilize for adaptive works, inspire people, and developstrategies for action.
Through international and Vietnamese case studies, guest lectures on the practice of leadership inVietnam's public sector, and individual and group exercises, the course will apply theory topractice so that students can see leadership in action and work on a personal case study ofleadership throughout the term.