Leadership (bibliographie : 1995)

Liste des articles qui sont parus en 1995 sur le thème du leadership

Leadership-bibliographie-1995

A : Leadership 1995

* C. T. Adams, F. D. Perlmutter, 1995, “Leadership in Hard Times: Are Nonprofits Well-served?”, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 24 (3), pp253-262

* E. AdamsD. Pounder, R. Ogawa, 1995, “Leadership as an organization-wide phenomena: Its impact on school performance”, Educational Administration Quarterly, 31(4), pp564-588

* C. Alexander, H. Harung, D. Heaton, 1995, “A unified theory of leadership: Experiences of higher states of consciousness in world-class leaders”, Leadership and Organizational Development Journal, 16(7), pp44-59

B : Leadership 1995

* H. Bienen, J. Londregan, N. van de Walle, 1995, “Ethnicity and Leadership Succession in Africa”, International Studies Quarterly, 39:1, pp1-25

* W. Blank, 1995, “The 9 Natural Laws of Leadership”, New York, AMACOM, a division of American Management Association

* L. G. Bolman, T. E. Deal, 1995, “Leading with soul: An uncommon journey of the spirit”, San Francisco: Jossey Bass

* S. T. BossertR. T. Ogawa, 1995, “Leadership as an organizational quality”, Educational Administration Quarterly, Vol 31, pp224-243

C : Leadership 1995

* A. A. Cannella, W. G. Rowe, 1995, “Leader capabilities, succession, and competitive context: A study of professional baseball teams”, Leadership Quarterly, 6, pp69-88

* Ira Chaleff, 1995, “The Courageous Follower: Standing up to and for our leaders”, San Fransisco: Berrett-Koehler

* M. Chemers, 1995, “Contemporary Leadership Theory”, In: J. T. Wren, dir., “The Leader’s Companion: Insights on Leadership through the Ages”, New York, NY: Simon and Schuster, pp83-99

* D. Clancy, R. Webber, 1995, “Roses and Rust: Redefining the Essence of Leadership in a New Age”, Chatswood, NSW, Business & Professional Publishing

* C. C. Cogliser, L. L. Neider, C. A. Schriesheim, 1995, “Is it ‘trustworthy?’ A multiple levels-of-analysis reexamination of an Ohio State leadership study, with implications for future research”, Leadership Quarterly, 6, pp111-145

* D. Cottrell, A. Perry, 1995, “Leadership counts at Sears”, Training & Development, July, 49(7), pp32-34

* T. E. Cronin, 1995, “Leadership and democracy”, In: J. T. Wren, dir., “The leaders companion: Insights on leadership through the ages”, New York: The Free Press, pp303-309

* R. A. Couto, 1995, “Defining a citizen leader”, In: J. T. Wren, dir., “The leaders companion: Insights on leadership through the ages”, New York: The Free Press, pp11-17

D : Leadership 1995

* F. Dansereau, 1995, “A dyadic approach to leadership: Creating and nurturing this approach under fire”, Leadership Quarterly, Vol 6, pp479-490

* F. Dansereau, S. E. Markham, F. J. Yammarino, 1995, “Leadership: The multiple-level approaches”, Leadership Quarterly, 6, pp251-263

* D. R. Denison, R. Hooijberg, R. E. Quinn, 1995, “Paradox and performance: Toward a theory of behavioral complexity in managerial leadership”, Organization Science, Vol 6, pp524–540

* W. H. Drath, C. J. Palus, 1995, “Evolving leaders”, Greensboro, NC: Center for Creative Leadership

* A. J. Dubrin, 1995, “Leadership: Research Findings, Practice, and Skills”, Boston: Houghton Mifflin

E : Leadership 1995

* A. H. Eagly, S. Karau, M. Makhijani, 1995, “Gender and the effectiveness of leaders: A meta-analysis”, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 117, pp125-145

F : Leadership 1995

* E. A. Fleishman, 1995, “Consideration and structure : Another look at their role in leadership research”, In: F. Dansereau & F. J. Yammarino, dir., “Leadership : The multiple-level approaches”, Stamford, CT : JAI Press, pp51-60

* H. Gardner, “Leading Minds: An Anatomy of Leadership”, New York: Basic Books

* John W. Gardner, “Leadership in large-scale organized systems”, In: J. T. Wren, dir., “The leaders companion: Insights on leadership through the ages”, New York: The Free Press, pp297-302

* E. J. Hill et S. P. Weiner, “Effective Leadership in a Telework Environment: A Training Needs Analysis”, Presented at the annual conference of The American Psychological Society, New York, New York

* R. J. House, “Leadership in the 21st century: A speculative inquiry”, In: A. Howard, dir., “The changing nature of work”, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, pp411-450

* J. G. Hunt et A. Ropo, “Multi-level leadership: Grounded theory and mainstream theory applied to the case of general motors”, The Leadership Quarterly, 6, pp379−412

* Doris Jantzi, Kenneth Leithwood, R. Steinbach, “Changing leadership for changing times”, Buckingham, UK: Open University Press

* Walter Kimbrough, “Self-Assessment, Participation, and Value of Leadership Skills, Activities and Experiences for Black Students Relative to Their Membership in Historically Black Fraternities and Sororities”, Journal of Negro Education, 64, pp63-64

* C. T. Lewis, “The grammar of leadership education”, Journal of Leadership Studies, Vol 2, pp3-12

* C. Mabey, “The making of a citizen leader”, In: J. T. Wren, dir., “The leaders companion: Insights on leadership through the ages”, New York: The Free Press, pp310-317

* R. Middlehurst, “Changing Leadership in Universities”, In: T. Schuller, dir., “The Changing University?”, Buckingham: Open University Press and SRHE

* B. Nanus, “Visionary Leadership: Creating a Compelling Sense of Direction for Your Organization”, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers

* J. W. Newstrom et J. L. Pierce, “Leaders & the Leadership Process – Readings, Self-assessments & Applications”, McGraw-Hill Higher Education

* James O’Toole, “Leading Change: Overcoming the Ideology of Comfort and the Tyranny of Custom”, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers

* D. Page, “The Significance of Leadership Development for African Government Operations”, In: S. Adjibolosoo, dir., “The Significance of the Human Factor in African Economic Development”, Westport CT: Praeger, pp73-90

Rahima C. Wade & Kim Putnam In brief: Tomorrow’s leaders? Gifted students’ opinions of leadership and service activities Roeper Review Volume 18, Issue 2, December 1995, pages 150-151

* L. C. Spears, dir., “Reflections on leadership: How Robert K. Greenleaf’s theory of servant-leadership influenced today’s top management thinkers”, New York, NY: Wiley

* D. Tjosvold, M. M. Tjosvold, ” Psychology for leaders”, New York: John Wiley & Sons

* J. Weese, “Leadership and organizational culture”, Journal of Sport Management, Vol 9, pp119-133

* J. T. Wren, dir., “The leaders companion: Insights on leadership through the ages”, New York: The Free Press