Leadership situationnel (bibliographie)

Liste des références  bibliographiques liées au leadership situationnel

Les différentes références liées au leadership situationnel ont été classées par décennies en fonction de leur date de parution.

  •  1977, Sanford B. Weinberg, “A field application of situational leadership: A critique of the Boy Scouts of America”, Journal of Applied Communication Research, Vol 5, n°1, April, pp1-7
  • 1981,
    • Robert R. Blake et Jane S. Mouton, “Management by Grid® Principles or Situationalism: Which?”, Group and Organization Management, December, vol 6, n°4, pp439-455
    • Geoffrey Bloor, “Situational Leadership In Social Work Practice”, Australian Social Work, Vol 34, n°3, January, pp7-13
    • M. Remland, “Developing leadership skills in nonverbal communication: A situational perspective”, Journal of Business Communication, 18 (3), pp17-29
  • 1982, R. R. Blake, J. S. Mouton, “A Comparative Analysis of Situationalism and 9,9”, Management Principle Organizational Dynamics, 10(4), pp20-44
  • 1983, Claude L. Graeff, “The Situational Leadership Theory: A Critical View”, Academy of Management Review, 8, pp285–291
  • 1984, Robert W. Case, “Leadership in Sport: The Situational Leadership Theory”, Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, Vol 55, n°1, January, pp15-16
  • 1987, R. P. Vecchio, “Situational leadership theory: An examination of a prescriptive theory”, Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol 72, pp444-451
  • 1988, J. R. Goodson, G. W. McGee et J. F. Cashman, Situational Leadership Theory: A test of leadership prescriptions, Group Organization Management, 14 (4), pp446-461
    • Repris en 2009, In: Peter G. Northouse, dir., Leadership. Theory and Practice, SAGE
  • 1989, J. F. Cashman, J. R. Goodson, G. W. McGee, “Situational leadership theory: A test of leadership prescriptions”, Group & Organization Studies, December, 14(4), pp446-461
  • 1990, Warren Blank, Stephen G. Green et John R. Weitzel, “A Test of the Situational Leadership Theory”, Personnel Psychology, 43, pp579–597
  • 1991,
    • Ken Blanchard, “Situational view of leadership”, Executive Excellence, June, 8(6), pp22-23
    • John K. Butler Jr. & Richard M. Reese, “Leadership Style and Sales Performance: A Test of the Situational Leadership® Model”, Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management, Vol 11, n°3, January, pp37-46
    • Gregory B. Leichty, Theodore E. Zorn, “Leadership and identity: A reinterpretation of situational leadership theory”, Southern Communication Journal, Vol 57, n°1, December, pp11-24
  • 1992, Philip Jones & Clifford Oswick, “Situational Leadership: A Paradigm for Developing Learner Autonomy?”, Journal of Further and Higher Education, Vol 16, n°1, March, pp50-62
  • 1993, Philip M. Podsakoff, “Do Substitutes for Leadership Really Substitute for Leadership? An Empirical Examination of Kerr and Jermier’s Situational Leadership Model”, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 54, pp1–44
  • 1995, Paul Hersey et Ken Blanchard, “Situational Leadership”, In: T. Wren, dir., “The Leader’s Companion. Insights on leadership through the ages”, New York: The Free Press
  • 1996,
    • Paul Hersey et Ken Blanchard, “How situational leadership fits into today’s organizations”, Supervisory Management, February, 41(2), pp1-3
    • Reginald O. York, “Adherence to Situational Leadership Theory Among Social Workers”, The Clinical Supervisor, Vol 14, n°2, August, pp5-24
  • 1997, Claude L. Graeff, “Evolution of situational leadership theory: A critical review”, Leadership Quarterly, 8, pp153-171
  • 2001, Colin Silverthorne & Ting-Hsin Wang, “Situational Leadership Style as a Predictor of Success and Productivity Among Taiwanese Business Organizations”, The Journal of Psychology, Vol 135, n°4, July, pp399-412
  • 2002,
    • C. F. Fernandez et R. P. Vecchio, “Situational leadership theory revisited: A test of an across-jobs perspective”, Leadership Quarterly, 8, pp67–84
    • Scott C. Greenwood, George P. White, “A Situational Approach to Middle Level Teacher Leadership”, Middle School Journal, Vol 33, n°4, March, pp29-33
    • L. Lee-Kelley, “Situational Leadership, Managing the Virtual Project Team”, Journal of Management Development, Vol 21, n°6, pp461-476
  • 2003, R. Lowell, “Situational Leadership”, Training & Development, April, 57(4), pp80-81
  • 2004, R. Ayman, “Situational and Contingency Approaches to Leadership”, In: J. Antonakis, A. T. Cianciolo, R. J. Sternberg, dir., “The Nature of Leadership”, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, pp148-170
  • 2010, Johan Larsson & Stig Vinberg, “Leadership behaviour in successful organisations: Universal or situation-dependent?”, Total Quality Management & Business Excellence, Vol 21, n°3, March, pp317-334
  • 2011, Robert L. Heath & Jaesub Lee, Jae-Hwa Shin, “A Contingency Explanation of Public Relations Practitioner Leadership Styles: Situation and Culture”, Journal of Public Relations Research, Vol 23, n°2, March, pp167-190
  • 2012, Paul F. Dellaripa, Gloria Hicks, Sarah E. Peyre, Charles N. Pozner, Alexander Skog, Mary Thorndike, “Assessing Physician Leadership Styles: Application of the Situational Leadership Model to Transitions in Patient Acuity”, Teaching and Learning in Medicine, Vol 24, n°3, July, pp225-230
  • 2013, Christopher Bedford & Kurt M. Gehlert, “Situational Supervision: Applying Situational Leadership to Clinical Supervision”, The Clinical Supervisor, Vol 32, n°1, January, pp56-69



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