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Leadership texts and theories by Mind Map: Leadership texts and theories
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Leadership texts and theories

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Does the concept of leadership has the ability to control and influence the fate of an organization? Influence and effect. Measureability

Fletcher & Käufer

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Vine et al

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Yukl

Focus of paper: Analysis of 4 different leadership behaviours by use of litterature to find out about effective leadership in an organisation

Main theoretical concept: There are 4 meta categories of leadership behaviours and 15 underlying specific component behaviours descibed in the following:

Main theoretical argument: Effective leadership is better explained by theories about the determinants of group and organisational performance than by leaderhsip theories focused on motivating individual followers.

Issues and questions: article does not advice to when to use which leadership behaviour and how, so it is only a litterature/theoretical article that doesn't adress practical implementation

Krantz & Maltz

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More of a conceptual framework for reflection than leadership theory

Uhl-Bien & Marion

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Grint: Problems, problems, problems

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Meindl et al

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DeRue & Ashford

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Pye

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Books

Grint

Heifetz, Grashow & Linsky