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Leading Organizations: Perspectives for a New Era

by Gill R. (Robinson) Hickman

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This volume provides a framework for examining and integrating issues pertaining to organizational leadership and helps prepare the student and professional for leading and participating in these new-era organizations. This volume is divided into eight parts with an overview on leadership and organizational issues for each part.

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Organisations are shifting from hierarchical structures to more open networks of people co-operating to achieve interrelated goals. This volume provides a framework for examining issues pertaining to the leadership of these new organisations.

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