Distributed leadership in practice Evidence, misconceptions and possibilities

@inproceedings{Harris2016DistributedLI,
  title={Distributed leadership in practice Evidence, misconceptions and possibilities},
  author={Alma Harris and John A. Deflaminis},
  year={2016}
}
This article takes a contemporary look at distributed leadership in practice by drawing upon empirical evidence from a large-scale project in the USA. Initially, it considers the existing knowledge base on distributed leadership and questions some of the assertions and assumptions in recent accounts of the literature. The article also addresses some persistent misconceptions associated with the concept of distributed leadership and points out that certain fundamental misunderstandings still… CONTINUE READING
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