Leadership (bibliographie : 1997)

Liste des articles qui sont parus en 1997 sur le thème du leadership


  • P. Abetti, 1997, “Convergent and divergent technological and market strategies for global leadership”, International Journal of Technology Management, 14(6-8), pp635-657
  • Ram N. Aditya, Robert J. House, 1997, “The Social Scientific Study of Leadership: Quo Vadis?”, Journal of Management, 23, pp409–473
  • M. Alvesson, 1997, “Leadership studies: From procedure and abstraction to reflexivity and situation”, The Leadership Quarterly, 7(4), pp455–485
  • R. Barker, 1997, “How can we train leaders if we don’t know what leadership is?”, Human Relations, 50, pp343-362
  • R. Beckhard, M. Goldsmith, F. Hesselbein, 1997, “The leader of the future: New visions, strategies, and practices for the next era”, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass
  • P. U. Bender, 1997, “Leadership From Within”, Toronto, ON: Stoddart
  • P. Blunt, M. L. Jones, 1997, “Exploring the limits of Western leadership theory in East Asia and Africa”, Personnel Review, 26(1), p6
  • L. G. Bolman et T. E. Deal, 1997, “Reframing organizations: Artistry, choice and leadership”, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2nde édition
  • M. A. Bowman, 1997, “Popular approaches to leadership. Leadership: Theory and practice”, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications
  • C. Brungardt, 1997, “The Making of Leaders: A Review of the Research in Leadership Development and Education”, Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 3(3), pp81-95
  • M. B. Calas, L. Smircich, 1997, “Voicing seduction to silence leadership”, In: K. Grint, dir., “Leadership: Classical, contemporary and critical approaches”, Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • R. Cacioppe, 1997, “Leadership moment by moment!”, Leadership & Organizational Development Journal, 17 (7), pp335-345
  • M. Card, S. H. Spooner, R. Keenan, 1997, “Determining if shared leadership is being practiced: Evaluation methodology”, Nursing Administration Quarterly, 22(1), pp47-56
  • L. Chang, S. G. Cohen, G. E. Ledford, 1997, “A Hierarchical Construct of Self-management Leadership and its Relationship to Quality of Work Life and Perceived Work Group Effectiveness”, Personnel Psychology. 50: pp275-308
  • M. M. Chemers, 1997, “An integrative theory of leadership”, Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum
  • E. Cohen, N. M. Tichy, 1997, “The leadership engine: how winning companies build leaders at every level”, New York: Harper-Collins
  • R. K. Cooper, A. Sawaf, 1997, “Executive EQ: Emotional intelligence in leadership and organizations”, New York: Grosset/Putnam
  • T. J. Covin, T. A. Kolenko, K. W. Sightler, R. K. Tudor, 1997, “Leadership style and post-merger satisfaction”, Journal of Management Development, Vol 16, n°1, pp22-33
  • Max DePree, “Leading without power: Finding hope in serving community”, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, Inc. Publishers
  • Brian Fidler, “School of Leadership: some key ideas”, School Leadership & Management, Vol 17, n°1, p24
  • Keith Grint, “Leadership: Classical, Contemporary and Critical Approaches”, Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • R. A Heifetz et D. L. Laurie, “The work of leadership”, Harvard Business Review, 75(1), pp124-134
  • James Henderson, “Transformative Curriculum Leadership”, Teaching Education, Vol 9, n°1, June, pp39-40
  • M. Horner, “Leadership theory: past, present and future“, Team Performance Management, Vol 3, n°4, pp270–287
  • R. J. House, R. N. Aditya, “The Social Scientific Study of Leadership : Quo Vadis?”, Journal of Management, 23(3), pp409-473
  • G. S. Insch, J. E. Moore, L. D. Murphy, “Content analysis in leadership research: Examples, procedures and suggestions for future use”, Leadership Quarterly, 8, pp1−25
  • K Galen Kroeck, Kevin B Lowe, Nagaraj Sivasubramaniam, “In the Eye of the Beholder: A New Approach to Studying Folk Theories of Leadership”, Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, Vol 4, n°2, pp27-42
  • K. Leithwood, R. Sherill, R. Steinbach, “Leadership and Team Learning in Secondary Schools”, School Leadership & Management, october, 17(3), pp303-326
  • L. R. Matusak, “Finding your voice : Learning to lead– anywhere you want to make a difference”, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass
  • K. L. Murrell, “Emergent theories of leadership for the next century: Towards relational concepts”, Organization Development Journal, 15(3), pp35-42
  • C. R. Schwenk, “The case for ‘weaker leadership’”, Business Strategy Review, Vol 8, pp4–9
  • Peter M. Senge, “Communities of Leaders and Learners”, Harvard Business Review, 75(5), pp30–32
  • Noel Tichy, “The leadership engine: How winning companies build leaders at every level”, New York: HarperCollins Publishers

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