An overview of global leadership: Ethics, values, cultural diversity and conflicts

Vanderpal, G 2014, 'An overview of global leadership: Ethics, values, cultural diversity and conflicts', Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 166-175.


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Collection: Journal Articles

Title An overview of global leadership: Ethics, values, cultural diversity and conflicts
Author(s) Vanderpal, G
Year 2014
Journal name Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics
Volume number 11
Issue number 3
Start page 166
End page 175
Total pages 10
Publisher North American Business Press
Abstract Global leadership has been shaped by three major forces of change: liberalization (trades, policies, etc.), globalization and technology development. From an examination of the history of exponential change faced by companies, we notice a new style of management is flourishing. A review of scholarly and literary works on management reveals that there is a wide array of techniques to describe leadership practice and its intricacies. Management style has been conceptualized as a trait, as a behavior or seen from a cultural movement perspective. In this paper, the pedigree of leadership thought, and the recognized management theories that have progressed since the turn of the century, are examined.
Subject Organisation and Management Theory
ISSN 1913-8059
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