Leadership in research and development organizations: a literature review and conceptual framework teri elkins, robert t keller department of management, university of houston, 334 melcher hall, houston, tx 77204-6021, usa abstract we present a conceptual framework and review the empirical literature on leadership in research and development (r&d) organizations.
Numerous explanations, classifications, theories and definitions about leadership, exist in the contemporary literature substantial effort has gone in to classify and clarify different dimensions of active leadership thus, generating considerable organizational and social research of leadership styles and behaviors. The aim of the review is to identify specific leadership styles, attitudes, behaviours and practices that represent effective leadership for safety the specific objectives are to: • carry out a review of key leadership literature in the appropriate business domains. Leadership, distant leadership, tele-leadership, leading from a distance, leading through telecommunications , leading through ict , leading virtual organizations , leading virtual teams , and leading virtual workforces.
Trends in leadership writing and research: a short review of the leadership literature susanne burns consultant director, centre for cultural leadership, liverpool john moores. This literature review will investigate the following areas: transformational leadership theory and its relationship to, or influence on, organizational outcomes and the personal outcomes of the follower. Leadership in research and development organizations: a literature review and conceptual framework teri elkins, robert t keller department of management, university of houston, 334 melcher hall, houston, tx 77204-6021, usa.
Literature review page great man theory of leadership trait theory the earliest literature on leadership was concerned almost entirely with theoretical issues the theory of a concept and research together combine according to ~~~hiselli' the search for leader traits was not a total. Leadership and motivation: review of literature sisay mengistu alemu1 and syam babu2 1phd scholar, andhra university, individual traits, leader behavior, interaction patterns, role relationships, follower literature review.
A review of the leadership literature reveals an evolving series of 'schools of thought' from “great man” and “trait” theories to “transformational” leadership (see table) whilst early theories tend to focus. Literature review has shed a light upon essential qualities for individuals holding leadership positions in organisations having a clear vision and the ability of articulating it in an efficient manner appears as one of the most important leadership skills in the majority of sources addressed during the preliminary literature review.
Leadership theories and styles: a literature review zakeer ahmed khan_phd dr allah nawaz irfanullah khan_phd department of public administration, gomal university, dera ismail khan abstract numerous explanations, classifications, theories and definitions about leadership, exist in the contemporary literature. This paper attempts to review available literature on three of the many frameworks or epistemological lineages in leadership, ie, the trait approach, leader-member exchange theory and transformational leadership.