You win with people. In fact, Timothy Baldwin believes people are the true differentiator for any organization’s success.
“To put it simply, it’s always about the people. We spend a lot of time in business school on process and on business-related issues, but the real difference maker is the people,” says Baldwin, whose professional interests include organizational change, leadership education and development, and managerial skill assessment.
Now in his 30th year at Indiana University, Baldwin is the Randall L. Tobias Distinguished Professor of Business Leadership and chair of the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship at the Kelley School of Business. He specializes in leadership development and organizational change, a topic on which he has published numerous journal articles and two books, including Developing Managing Skills: What Great Managers Know and Do (McGraw-Hill: 2012).