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Toward a Conceptual Model of Contextual Intelligence: A Transferable Leadership Construct

  title={Toward a Conceptual Model of Contextual Intelligence: A Transferable Leadership Construct},
  author={Matthew Kutz},
Organizations and their leaders have a growing pool of stakeholders with a growing chasm among stakeholder values. This, accompanied by growing global diversity and constant pressure to innovate, gives rise to continually changing contexts. In turn, these phenomena require executives and leaders to respond and adapt to quickly changing contexts. The purpose of this article is to assimilate the concepts of context, intelligence, intuition, and experience, and present a conceptual model for… 
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