Leadership héroïque (bibliographie)

Publications

  • 1849, Thomas Carlyle, “On Heroes, Hero-Worship and the Heroic in History”, Boston: Houghton-Mifflin
    • Nouvelle édition en 1888, New York: Fredrick A. Stokes & Brother

  • 1869, Francis Galton, “Hereditary genius”, New York: Appleton

  • 1954, Edgar F. Borgatta, Robert F. Bales, Arthur S. Couch, “Some findings relevant to the great man theory of leadership”, American Sociological Review, décembre, Vol 19, n°6, pp755-759
  • 1960, Eugene E. Jennings, “An anatomy of leadership : princes, heroes, and supermen”, New York, N.Y. : Harper
  • 1963, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., “On heroic leadership and the dilemma of strong men and weak peoples”, In: Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., “The Politics of Hope”, Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, pp1-22
  • 1986, Peter A. Bly, “On Heroes: Galdós and The Ideal of Military Leadership”, Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos, Vol 10, n°3, Primavera, pp339-351
  • 1988, Jerome T. Murphy, “The Unheroic Side of Leadership: Notes from the Swamp”, The Phi Delta Kappan, Vol 69, n°9, May, pp654-659
  • 1989,
    • J. Adair, “Great Leaders”, Talbot Adair Press, Guildford
    • Lawrence R. Sullivan, “Leadership and authority in the Chinese communist party: We don’t need another hero”, The Pacific Review, Vol 2, n°2, January, pp111-120
  • 1991, Charles C. Manz et Henry P. Sims, “Superleadership: Beyond the Myth of Heroic Leadership”, Organizational Dynamics, Vol 19, n°4, Spring, pp18-35
    • Repris en 1995, In: J. T. Wren, dir., “The leaders companion: Insights on leadership through the ages”, New York: The Free Press, pp212-221
  • 1993, Kenneth E. Morris, Barry Schwartz, “Why They liked Ike: Tradition, Crisis, and Heroic Leadership”, The Sociological Quarterly, Vol 34, n°1, Spring, pp133-151
  • 2001,
    • J. L. Badaracco, “We Don’t Need Another Hero”, Harvard Business Review, 79, pp120–126
    • Diana J. Mason, “Editorial: Tales of Leadership, Heroism, and Caring”, The American Journal of Nursing, Vol 101, n°11, Nov., p7
  • 2004,
    • J. L. Badaracco, ‘Beyond Heroic Moral Leadership’, Conversations on Leadership of the Center for Public Leadership, Harvard College Publications, Boston, MA.
    • K. DeCelles, M. Pfarrer, “Heroes or Villains? Corruption and the Charismatic Leader”, Journal of Leadership and rganizational Studies, 11(1), pp67-77
    • J. K. Fletcher, “The paradox of postheroic leadership: An essay on gender, power, and transformational change”, The Leadership Quarterly, 15(5), pp647-661
    • Anthony H. Normore, “Socializing school administrators to meet leadership challenges that doom all but the most heroic and talented leaders to failure”, International Journal of Leadership in Education, Vol 7, n°2, April, pp107-125
    • Jon Roper, “‘The Contemporary Presidency’: George W. Bush and the Myth of Heroic Presidential Leadership”, Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 34, n°1, Going to War, Mar., pp132-142
  • 2005,
    • D. Alder, H. Dayan-Horesh, B. Shamir, 2005, “Leading by Biography: Towards a life-story to the study of leadership”, Leadership, 1:1, pp13-29
    • Bryan Caplan, “Tolstoy and the Great Man Theory”, Library of economics and Liberty, 12 août
    • Thomas J. Napierkowski, “Beowulf: The Heroic, The Monstrous, and Anglo-Saxon Concepts of Leadership”, International Journal of Public Administration, Vol 28, n°5-6, May, pp503-516
  • 2006, Catherine Cobham, “Enchanted to a stone: heroes and leaders in The Harafish by najib mafu”, Middle Eastern Literatures, Vol 9, n°2, August, pp123-135
  • 2008, Marjolein Lips-Wiersma, Amanda Sinclair, “Leadership for the Disillusioned: Moving beyond Myths and Heroes to Leading that Liberates”, Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion, Vol 5, n°2, January, pp211-215
  • 2009,
    • T. Clark, E. Guthey, B. Jackson, “Demystifying Business Celebrity”, London: Routledge
    • Ciaran Sugrue, “From heroes and heroines to hermaphrodites: emasculation or emancipation of school leaders and leadership?”, School Leadership & Management, Vol 29, n°4, September, pp353-371
  • 2013, Carol Bond, Adisorn Juntrasook, Karen Nairn, Rachel Spronken-Smith, “Unpacking the narrative of non-positional leadership in academia: Hero and/or victim?”, Higher Education Research & Development, Vol 32, n°2, April, pp201-213
  • 2015, Onne Janssen, Niels A. van der Kam, Gerben S. van der Vegt, Janka I. Stoker, “Heroic or hubristic? A componential approach to the relationship between perceived transformational leadership and leader–member exchanges”, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, Vol 24, n°4, July, pp611-626
  • 2016,
    • Marit Aas, Hedvig Abrahamsen, “School leadership for the future: heroic or distributed? Translating international discourses in Norwegian policy documents”, Journal of Educational Administration and History, Vol 48, n°1, January, pp68-88
    • William D. Adler & Hershey H. Friedman, “Administrative leader as hero: Yochanan ben Zakkai and the rebuilding of post-Temple Jewish organizational structure”, Management & Organizational History, Vol 11, n°1, January, pp19-27
    • Frederick C. Buskey Hans W. Klar, Kristin Shawn Huggins, Hattie L. Hammonds, “Fostering the capacity for distributed leadership: a post-heroic approach to leading school improvement”, International Journal of Leadership in Education, Vol 19, n°2, mars, pp111-137

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