Special Report on
Academic Leadership Participative Management
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The theory behind participative management originated in the 1930s as a result of a business study conducted by Elton Mayo, who explored Frederick W. Taylor’s scientific management principles. His findings challenged Taylor’s views, which emphasized the importance of social norms, such as communication, participation, and leadership (Marchant 1976). Decades later, renewed interest in participative management hinged upon the desire for seeking better management practices, namely top-notch quality management systems, better employee relations, and integrated design and production teams (Lawler 1996). Lawler’s (1990) research ...
The main underlying value of authentic leadership is self awareness along with honesty, truthfulness, loyalty, transparency and integrity. These values define the main characteristics of authentic leadership, which this paper argues are the important values of democratic education also. Leadership is an art of inspiring or influencing followers in order to achieve organization’s goals. In any organization, there is always a need for strong leadership (Daft, 1999). It is well established in literature that the success of an educational institution depends on the effectiveness of leadership ... Read More
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ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP PARTICIPATIVE MANAGEMENT
- • A SITUATIONAL LEADER who has training and experience in higher ...
- Shared Outcome & Impact Measurement / Webinar on Shared ...