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This question has been asked time and again through the centuries. And it has been an enduring staple of managerial and business school education through the twentieth and early twenty first centuries. So is it a surprise when a simple model, articulately expressed, leads to a 2 million-copy best-seller? Perhaps not. In the light of the constant flow of new leadership ideas, a model that sells as well after thirty years, must have something valuable to offer. James Jim Kouzes was born.
The Leadership Challenge is a suite of books, training products and assessments based on the book written by James Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner , published by Wiley. First published in , the book's sixth edition was released in , in light of its 30th anniversary. Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner started developing the idea for The Leadership Challenge when they were planning to present about leadership at a two-day conference. Academics at Santa Clara University , Kouzes and Posner were set to speak after Tom Peters , who was presenting about successful companies.