Leadership challenges in turbulent times
Leadership challenges in turbulent times

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Leadership challenges in turbulent times

Further reading

If you would like to explore leadership challenges and the ideas of inclusiveness, diversity and leadership as a positive-sum game that we discussed in this course further, you may consider the following readings:
Bolden, R., Witzel, M. and Linacre, N. eds. (2016) Leadership paradoxes: Rethinking leadership for an uncertain world, London, Routledge.
Hollander, E. P. (2009) Inclusive leadership: The essential leader-follower relationship, New York: Routledge.
Jackson, B., and K. Parry (2018) A very short fairly interesting and reasonably cheap book about studying leadership, 3rd edn. London, Sage.
Kochan, T. (2016) Shaping the future of work: What future business, government, and education leaders need to do for all to prosper, New York, Business Expert Press.
Kumar, M. (2011) ‘Are joint ventures positive sum games? The relative effects of cooperative and noncooperative behavior’, Strategic Management Journal, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 32–54.
Linden R. M. (2010) Leading across boundaries: Creating collaborative agencies in a networked world, Francisco, CA, Jossey-Bass.
Vangen, S. and Huxham, C. (2003) ‘Enacting leadership for colalborative advantage: dilemmas of ideology and pragmatism in the activities of partnership managers’, British Journal of Management, vol. 14(S), pp. 61–76.

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