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Leadership

Regional and Global Perspectives

Authors

Nuttawuth Muenjohn, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Adela McMurray, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Mario Fernando, University of Wollongong, New South Wales, James Hunt, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Martin Fitzgerald, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Bernard McKenna, University of Queensland, Ali Intezari, Massey University, Auckland, Sarah Bankins, Macquarie University, Sydney, Jenny Waterhouse, University of Newcastle, New South Wales

Description

Whether leading a small team or a multinational corporation, within the public or private sector, a thorough understanding of the theory and best practice of leadership is essential. Leadership: Regional and Global Perspectives provides a fresh approach to leading in contemporary business environments. The theory component is complemented by a focus on strategic application. Each chapter features case studies highlighting the practical application of key concepts by organisational leaders in the Australasian region. Case studies at the end of each…

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Key features

  • Introduces and explains new ideas, concepts, models and paradigms of leadership as well as providing a good coverage of the most important established leadership models
  • Balances the exposition of theory and ideas with demonstrations of real-world relevance
  • Covers a mix of SMEs and larger organisations, using 50 case studies with critical thinking questions and accompanied by a website for instructors

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