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Leading Organizations

Perspectives for a New Era Second Edition

Gill Robinson Hickman University of Richmond
© 2010   696 pages   SAGE Publications, Inc   
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Preface
Acknowledgment
Introduction
PART I THE ENVIRONMENT OF NEW ERA ORGANIZATIONS
1. Inevitable Strategies Peter Schwartz
2. Globalization Douglas A. Hicks
3. Creating the Environmentally Aware Organization Gregory G. Dess, G. T. Lumpkin, and Alan B. Eisner
4. How to Make Sense of Weak Signals Paul J. H. Shoeamaker and George S. Day
5. Wikinomics: The Art and Science of Peer Production Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams
PART II LEADERSHIP CONCEPTS AND THEORIES
6. Leadership (Excerpts) James MacGregor Burns
8. Servant Leadership Robert K. Greenleaf
7. The Transformational Model of Leadership Bernard M. Bass and Ronald E. Riggio
9. Charismatic Theory Jay A. Conger
10. Contingency Theories of Leadership Richard L. Hughes, Robert C. Ginnett, and Gordon J. Curphy
11. Strategic Leadership: Top Management Teams Sydney Finkelstein, Donald C. Hambrick, and Albert A. Cannella, Jr.
PART III SHARED RESPONSIBILITY FOR LEADERSHIP
12. All Those Years Ago: The Historical Underpinnings of Shared Leadership Craig L. Pearce and Jay A. Conger
13. Followership Robert E. Kelley
14. Empowerment Lynn Offermann
15. Leadership and the Problem of Bogus Empowerment Joanne B. Ciulla
16. Leading Teams: Imperatives for Leaders J. Richard Hackman
17. E-Leadership Surinder S. Kahai and Bruce J. Avolio
18. Leadership in the 21st Century Kathleen E. Allen, Juana Bordas, Gill Robinson Hickman, Larraine R. Matusak, Georgia J. Sorenson, and Kathryn J. Whitmire
PART IV IMPETUS FOR ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP
19. What Do We Know About Vision? Sooksan Kantabutra
20. Is Your Vision Consistent? A Method for Checking, Based On Scenario Concepts João M. G. Boaventura and Adalberto A. Fischmann
21. The Mission Statement: A Corporate Reporting Tool With a Past, Present, and Future Linda Stallworth Williams
22. Do Firms Practice What They Preach? The Relationship Between Missions Statements and Stakeholder Management Barbara R. Bartkus and Myron Glassman
23. What is the Right Organization Design? N. Anand and Richard L. Daft
PART V CULTURE: THE ORGANIZATION’S DNA
24. Influencing Organization Culture Gary Yukl
25. The Learning Culture and the Learning Leader Edgar H. Schein
26. Moral Leadership and Business Ethics Al Gini
27. Characteristics of Ethical Business Cultures Alexandre Ardichvili, James A. Mitchell, and Douglas Jondle
28. Being Ethical When the Boss is Not Mary Uhl-Bien and Melissa K. Carsten
29. Toxic Leaders: They’re Plentiful Jean Lipman-Blumen
30. Making Meaning of Being Bad Barbara Kellerman
31. Understanding Ethical Failures in Leadership Terry L. Price
PART VI INCLUSION
32. Unlocking the Benefits of Diversity: All-Inclusive Multiculturalism and Positive Organizational Change Flannery G. Stevens, Victoria C. Plaut, and Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks
33. Goal Interdependence for Working Across Cultural Boundaries: Chinese Employees With Foreign Managers Yi-feng Chen, Dean Tjosvold, and Sofia Fang Su
34. Women and the Labyrinth of Leadership Alice H. Eagly and Linda L. Carli
35. ‘Just Because You Can Get a Wheelchair in the Building Doesn’t Mean That You Can Still Participate’: Barriers to the Career Advancement of Disabled Professionals Dana Wilson-Kovacs, Michelle K. Ryan, S. Alexander Haslam, and Anna Rabinovich
36. Support a Diverse Workforce: What Type of Support Is Most Meaningful for Lesbian and Gay Employees? Ann H. Huffman, Kristen M. Watrous-Rodriguez, and Eden B. King
37. The Multigenerational Workforce: Opportunity for Competitive Success HR Magazine
38. Respectful Pluralism at Work Douglas A. Hicks
PART VII CAPACITY BUILDING
39. Adaptive Work Ronald A. Heifetz
40. Organizational Change Practices Gill Robinson Hickman
41. Collaborating for Systemic Change Peter M. Senge, Benyamin B. Lichtenstein, Katrin Kaeufer, Hilary Bradbury, and John S. Carroll
42. Leading Through Conflict: The Mediator Mark Gerzon
43. Illuminating a Cross-Cultural Leadership Challenge: When Identity Groups Collide Donna Chrobot-Mason, Marian N. Ruderman, Todd J. Weber, Patricia J. Ohlott, and Maxine A. Dalton
44. Beyond Empowerment: A Company of Citizens Brook Manville and Josiah Ober
45. The Tenets of the Democratic Enterprise Lynda Gratton
46. The Path to Democracy and Sharing Michael Boon
PART VIII NEW RESPONSIBILITIES OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP: SOCIAL ACTIVISM
47. Leading Corporate Citizenship Sandra Waddock
48. A New Kind of Company: B Corporations Worry About Stakeholders Not Just Shareholders Hannah Clark
49. Ideologically Motivated Activism: How Activist Groups Influence Corporate Social Change Activities Frank Den Hond and Frank G. A. De Bakker
50. Missionary Leadership: Harnessing the Power of the Mission K. M. Thiagarajan
Author Index
Subject Index
About the Author

Leading Organizations

Perspectives for a New Era

Second Edition
Gill Robinson Hickman University of Richmond
© 2010   696 pages   SAGE Publications, Inc  

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ISBN:   9781412939089 Paperback Suggested Retail Price:   $104.00 Bookstore Price:   $83.20

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Leadership Solutions

This text offers 50 short chapters from the most prominent international scholars of leadership who dispense invaluable overviews, insights, and perspectives on the key components of leadership in new era organizations. An organizing framework shows how these key components work together to form a holistic view of leadership within organizations. This framework is provided at the beginning of each of the eight parts of the book, to highlight the particular topic to be covered.

The eight parts of the book include definitions and new perspectives of leadership in a global era; a review of the major concepts and theories of leadership; an exploration of the historical underpinnings and current concepts and practice of shared leadership; the impetus for organizational leadership; leadership and culture; inclusion; capacity-building and leadership development; and finally, the new responsibilities of organizational leadership through social activism.

The comprehensiveness of this text, coupled with the opportunity to learn from the most prominent theorists and leadership scholars today, makes this an indispensable text for courses in leadership.

New and Hallmark Features

  • New chapters on the external environment—including adaptive approaches to ever-changing global contexts—and dysfunctional or unethical leadership behavior
  • New section on shared responsibility for leadership, featured in an all-new Part III, with seven new chapters on fostering leadership throughout the organization
  • New section on inclusion of individuals, with a broad array of perspectives on the organization, including chapters on cross-cultural/cross-national, gender, religious, racial and ethnic, sexual orientation, disability, multigenerational, and work-life viewpoints
  • Classic leadership theories, with updated chapters covering vision, mission, and structure that enhance the relevance of these theories within the greater organizational context

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