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Alternative Approaches for Studying Shared and Distributed Leadership

Fitzsimons, D., K. T. James, et D. Denyer (2011). “Alternative approaches for studying shared and distributed leadership.” International Journal of Management Reviews 13: 313-328. Further, differing expectations and specialized expertise of knowledge workers in the post-industrial era may also contribute

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CODA: Creativity and Improvisation in Jazz and Organizations: Implications for Organizational Learning

Barrett, F. CODA: Creativity and Improvisation in Jazz and Organizations: Implications for Organizational Learning. Organization Science, vol. 9, n. 5. (sept-oct. 1998). Pp. 605-622. We must simply act, fully knowing our ignorance of possible consequences. Kenneth Arrow, economist I think

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Leadership in team-based organizations: On the threshold of a new era

Day, D. V., Gronn, P., & Salas, E. (2006). Leadership in team-based organizations: On the threshold of a new era. The Leadership Quarterly, 17(3), 211-216. The popular input-process-output (I-P-O) framework is gradually giving way to more complex (and realistic) frameworks. Others

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Phronesis and Creativity: Knowledge Work in Video Game Development

Peter Zackariasson, P., A. Styhre and T. Wilson. 2006. “Phronesis and Creativity: Knowledge Work in Video Game Development”. Creativity and Innovation Management. Vol. 15, n. 4. pp. 419-429. Knowledge and creativity Knowledge has become the most important factor in the

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