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Educating managers for decision making and leadership

  title={Educating managers for decision making and leadership},
  author={Jean Searle},
This paper describes a research program, spanning three decades, on the development of a model of leadership style ± specifically, the form and degree to which managers should involve team members in decision making. The model distinguishes five levels of participation and, in its current form, 11 situational factors which influence the effects of participation on decision quality, implementation, time, and team development. Pencil and paper and computer-based representations of the model are… Expand
Management and leadership decisions in the information age
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These guidelines are conceptually similar to the way the scientific and applied disciplines provide actionable foundations for theories and can help managers, who embrace them, acquire greater competence as managers and as leaders. Expand
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Software tools that allow students to develop their own decision making scenarios can be fruitfully incorporated into business education, as a first step towards incorporating the use of narrative decision making into businessEducation. Expand
Culture as a Mitigating Factor in the Perception of Path-Goal Leadership Styles and Workgroup Effectiveness
Sustaining a competitive edge in today's global business environment depends upon highly effective levels of teamwork from within an organization. During the last few decades, there has been aExpand
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This study discusses the professionalisation of higher education management and emerging patterns of decision making within a context of academic and organisational change. A total of thirtyExpand
An analysis of decision-making process in organizations: Implications for quality management and systematic practice
Decision-making is an integral organisational process that impacts every level including, individual, group, and organisation. It is often associated with problem-solving and group processes in theExpand
Leadership Style In Improving Performance Through Engagement
The key drivers of employee engagement as the result of the appropriate alignment of human resource practices are job characteristics, role clarity and fit, coworker and management relations,Expand
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The Vroom, Yetton, and Jago contingency models of participation in decision making are described in depth, and their work provides the basis for identifying 3 distinct ways in which situational or contextual variables are relevant to both research on and the practice of leadership. Expand
The Evolution of the Concept of the 'Executive' from the 20th Century Manager to the 21st Century Global Leader
The purpose of this paper is to take an in-depth look at the profiles of executive skills and competencies drawn across the expanse of seventy-five years framed in the backdrop of managementExpand
Lecturers’ Leadership Practices and Their Impact On Students’ Experiences of Participation with Implications for Marketing Higher Education Services
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This paper is concerned with the multitude of interleaving issues which emerge when engaging multiple stakeholders in decision making. Whilst recognising the intrinsic values of group work (includingExpand


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It has become a truism that leadership depends upon the situation, but few behavioral scientists have attempted to go beyond that statement to examine the specific ways in which leaders should and doExpand
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The article presents a review of the book “Why Decisions Fail: Avoiding the Blunders and Traps That Lead to Debacles,” by Paul C. Nutt.
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