The 'Wicked Problem Construct' for Organizational Leadership and Development

@article{Yawson2015TheP,
  title={The 'Wicked Problem Construct' for Organizational Leadership and Development},
  author={Robert M. Yawson},
  journal={Leadership & Organizational Behavior eJournal},
  year={2015}
}
  • Robert M. Yawson
  • Published 2015
  • Sociology
  • Leadership & Organizational Behavior eJournal
The recognition of tensions, contradictions and paradoxes in theory, research, and practice within organisations is important for effective organisational leadership (EOL). The extent to which managers and policy makers currently have adequately come to terms with such complexity still remains open to discussion. The wicked problem construct (WPC) is a concept, process and a framework that can be used in identifying the reasons for these tensions and contradictions, explaining how they can be… Expand
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