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The Yellow Brick Road of Leadership
This paper demonstrates that the discipline of leading people to successful ends requires a unique combination of knowledge, skills, and abilities. The author examines leadership through the lens of L. Frank Baum’s ‘The ...
Utilizing Transformational and Spiritual Leadership Theory to Raise Employee Engagement
Employee engagement is critical to high performing organizations. Employee engagement starts with the leader. Therefore, a plan to increase employee engagement must start with the leadership team. The purpose of this paper ...
Building Better Organizational Rebrands: Exploring the Employee Viewpoint
Organizational brands can be powerful, and it is risky to rebrand and potentially alienate stakeholders with a change (Abramovich, 2014). Yet, despite its high failure rate and cost, rebranding has become commonplace (Zhao, ...
CEO Succession planning in small community banks: A qualitative case study of a Pacific Northwest bank
The research case study purpose was to explore a single chief executive officer (CEO) succession at a small community bank through a qualitative investigation to identify relationships between the succession planning process ...
Integrating an innovative organizational culture with cultural intelligence in multicultural teams: A case study of an international student team
Addressing innovation and multicultural teams separately is no longer an option for companies since both are essential for a company to stay competitive and thrive. Although studies such as Cox, Lobel, and McLeod (1991) ...
Mitigating perceived external export barriers for small and medium-sized enterprises that sell and manufacture "Made in the USA" consumer apparel products in Washington State
The rapid decline of the U.S. apparel industry has not gone unnoticed by U.S. politicians and decision-makers, yet the vertical disintegration of apparel manufacturing is still commonplace in America. Robock (1993) and ...