Leadership Styles in Organizational Management
A look at leadership styles in organizational management that incorporates economic changes and new workforce requirements.
# 3142 | 4,885 words | 30 sources | 2001
Published on Sep 09, 2003 in Business (Companies) , Business (Administration) , Business (Management) , Computer and Technology (Internet)
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This paper examines various changes in workforce and economic requirements and the type of leadership styles necessary to deal with such changes. The author examines theories such as the situational leadership theory that takes such changes into consideration.
From the Paper:"Organizational management is an interdisciplinary field dedicated to better understanding and more effective, efficient management of human resources in an organization. It is both research and application oriented, drawing on a diverse array of disciplines, including psychology, management, sociology, social psychology, statistics, anthropology, general systems theory, economics, information technology, vocational counseling, stress management, psychometrics, ergonomics and ethics. This combination of diverse factors and perspectives has spawned many competing theories about human work behavior; in fact, in the mind-1980s, a researcher had identified 110 separate and distinct theories about behavior and organizational management (Miner, 1984, p. 307)."
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