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Dr. Robert H. Lengel

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University of Texas at San Antonio
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Employment History

  • Associate Dean for Executive Education and the Director of the Center for Professional Excellence
    University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Associate Dean for Executive Education
    University of Texas at San Antonio's College of Business
  • Berrett-Koehler Publishers


  • Ph.D.
23 Total References
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Fusion Leadership, Unlocking the Subtle Forces that Change People and Organizations,Richard Daft,Robert Lengel,fusion leadership,subtle forces,personal fusion,organizational fusion,fusion events, 11 June 2015 [cached]
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Copyright (c) 1998 by Richard L. Daft and Robert H. Lengel.
Robert H. Lengel is the Associate Dean for Executive Education at the University of Texas at San Antonio. In this capacity he directs the executive MBA program and the Center for Professional Excellence which he founded. Combining his academic background with work experience in the aerospace industry, industrial sales, and financial services, Lengel consults with corporate clients ranging from government agencies, the military, an aerospace company, theme park, oil and gas companies, financial institutions, and health care providers.
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Books at Ismenia Books by:Robert Lengel
Distinguishing Between Leaders and Managers Robert Slater, James Taylor, Marvin Bower, Daniel Stowell, James Lewis, Richard Daft, Robert Lengel, James Lucas, Warren Blank
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Texas CEO Magazine – 2012 – March, 1 Mar 2012 [cached]
HOW "FRONT PORCH CONVERSATIONS" CAN TRANSFORM LEADERS AND AN ORGANIZATION - By Robert H. Lengel, Ph.D. and Gary D. Larsen, Ph.D. Are the company's leadership development efforts...
Fast Company - Microsoft bCentral, 14 Nov 2002 [cached]
"These are the moments when strategic change becomes a possibility," says Robert H. Lengel, 53, associate dean for executive education at the University of Texas at San Antonio's College of Business -- and one of the brains behind the school's very unconventional executive MBA program.
While the 21-month, $28,000 program offers a healthy dose f accounting, finance, marketing, and other traditional subjects, its curriculum does not revolve around "a petty focus on efficiency," says Lengel.Instead, this MBA program, called "The Learning Journey," focuses on helping executives understand what it means to be a leader in today's fast-moving, fast-changing, utterly confusing business environment."We integrate two bottom lines -- profit and mortality," Lengel says bluntly.
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Forget just running operations, he argues.Real leaders transform organizations -- and the people in them.Forget a spreadsheetlike focus on short-term financials.
"The Information Age is about knowledge creation," says Lengel."It's not about having the answers; it's about being open enough with yourself to keep asking questions."
Contact Robert H. Lengel by email (, or learn more about the executive MBA program on the Web (
Sidebar: Leadership 101
Robert H. Lengel, associate dean of the College of Business at the University of Texas at San Antonio, is also coauthor of "Fusion Leadership: Unlocking the Subtle Forces That Change People and Organizations" (Berrett-Koehler, 1998).Lengel believes that leadership is a journey.Here, he recommends some ways to begin that journey.
Start reading.
But don't read only books about business.Read about art, music, and science to learn new ways of doing things."Consider the art of unrelated inquiry," Lengel tells his students."Practice not being an expert."
Start drawing.
Images can help you sort through dilemmas by depicting what words cannot convey.It's easier, says Lengel, to critique an image than it is to critique words: "Think of your learning journey as a trip to the gym, and train the muscles of your brain."
Start talking.
Talk to people at different levels, in different divisions, from different companies."Conversation is a simple tool that allows people to self-organize and to generate complexity," Lengel says."It allows people to reinvent themselves."
Start talking to yourself.
Keeping a journal, says Lengel, helps you pinpoint assumptions that may hold you back: "Create front porches -- places where people can slow down and reflect on what's happening around them."
Start acting.
Performing a skit or a miniplay is a great way to be honest about what's happening and about how people are behaving."Revel in the fallacy of logic; expose the assumptions that limit you," Lengel urges."Once you've laughed at one another, it's easier to change."
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Texas CEO Magazine – Transcending the Folly of Leadership Development Efforts [cached]
By Robert H. Lengel, Ph.D. and Gary D. Larsen, Ph.D.
Robert H. Lengel, Ph.D., is the Associate Dean for Executive Education and the Director of the Center for Professional Excellence at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Dr. Lengel consults with oil & gas companies, health care providers. government agencies, the military, aerospace companies, and financial institutions.
complex transformative conversations, Gary Larsen, innovation, Leadership, leadership development, nurture to nature, Robert Lengel, UTSA
Fusion Leadership Summary | Richard L. Daft | PDF Download | MP3 Audio Book, 20 Sept 2011 [cached]
Richard L. Daft and Robert H. Lengel
Richard L. Daft and Robert H. Lengel present a new model of leadership.
Robert H. Lengel is the Associate Dean for Executive Education at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He consults with corporate clients, including government agencies, oil and gas companies, the military and financial institutions.
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