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Organizational Leadership in the Fire Service By John Roper
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Organizational leadership is the foundation of many organizations. It is especially true in public sector organizations. Leadership is a people business, thus necessary in all organizations.
BENEFITS OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP TRAINING By DeeAn S Nakagawa
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This dissertation examines the benefits of organizational leadership training. To explore this subject, a 10-question mixed-method survey was given to 20 training-group members prior to a... More > leadership training program and again following the program. The same survey was also given to 12 control-group members following the leadership training program. Training-group and control-group members were all employees of Neighborhood House, non-profit organization serving the Greater Seattle area working with very diverse clientele facing challenges related to lack of resources. The leadership training program was designed, in part, from a review of the literature, the information provided in the focus groups, and discussions with senior leadership. The training program was completed over 4 days during a 2-week period in June of 2010, and included personal empowerment, time management, and communication skills.< Less
Achieving Organizational Fusion By Warner Anthamatten
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A guide to optimizing the interdependence of Vision, Leadership, and Culture in this era of change.
Achieving Organizational Fusion By Warner Anthamatten
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A guide to optimizing the interdependence of Vision, Leadership, and Culture in this era of change.
SANKOFA SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING: Leadership Succession Planning for Conscious Organizational Evolution By Maaskelah Kimit Thomas, PhD
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Organizational succession planning - a very brief overview of the importance of culturally conscious leadership succession planning.
Stereotypes in Organizations: A Study of African American Women in Organizational Leadership and the Glass Ceiling By Dr. Natalie Montague
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Inquiry implies that although women have evolved in their depiction in organizational and leadership management positions and roles, especially in three different North Carolina State governmental... More > agencies, they are still subject to gender inequality (Cohen & Huffman, 2003; Gazso, 2004;). For African American women, they are further imperiled to race and class inequalities. The purported research is envisioned to investigate and distinguish the distinctive individual and professional interpretations and occurrences of 18 African American women that are in managerial or leadership roles in North Carolina state government working in a White, male-dominated culture. The study will broaden and engage conversations about gender inequality and ascertain whether these African American, working in such an environment and culture, agree in their perceptions of inequalities and how it correlates to the low representation in managerial and leadership positions within their respective organizations.< Less
Organizational Change Blueprint By Beyond Expression Media
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Management textbooks contain all the standard chapters (on Leadership, Organization Structure, etc.) but never chapters on “Handling Organizational Change” and seldom even short... More > paragraphs on the subject. Change was regarded as irrelevant in well managed organizations.< Less
Organizational Design: A holistic view By James Triplett
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Many elements of an organization’s structure are clearly visible, such as organizational charts, categorizations such as a partnership or corporation, job descriptions, and various legal... More > documents yet these still fall short of illustrating how an organization is designed, interacts with its environment, learns, and evolves. The analogy of the blind men feeling various parts of an elephant and coming up with different perspectives is a real phenomenon with organizational structure as well given that various stakeholders will interact with the organizational structure and come away with very distinct views of how the organization is structured. A single or few perspectives of organizational structure then are insufficient to describe a given organization. Systems and the view of structure as recurring activities are the underlying themes of this book.< Less
Organizational Design: A holistic view By James Triplett
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Many elements of an organization’s structure are clearly visible, such as organizational charts, categorizations such as a partnership or corporation, job descriptions, and various legal... More > documents yet these still fall short of illustrating how an organization is designed, interacts with its environment, learns, and evolves. The analogy of the blind men feeling various parts of an elephant and coming up with different perspectives is a real phenomenon with organizational structure as well given that various stakeholders will interact with the organizational structure and come away with very distinct views of how the organization is structured. A single or few perspectives of organizational structure then are insufficient to describe a given organization. Systems and the view of structure as recurring activities are the underlying themes of this book.< Less
Organizational Design: A Holistic View By James Triplett
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Many elements of an organization's structure are clearly visible, such as organizational charts, categorizations such as a partnership or corporation, job descriptions, and various legal documents... More > yet these still fall short of illustrating how an organization is designed, interacts with its environment, learns, and evolves. The analogy of the blind men feeling various parts of an elephant and coming up with different perspectives is a real phenomenon with organizational structure as well given that various stakeholders will interact with the organizational structure and come away with very distinct views of how the organization is structured. A single or few perspectives of organizational structure then are insufficient to describe a given organization. Systems and the view of structure as recurring activities are the underlying themes of this book.< Less