Fayard, A.-L., Weeks, J., & Khan, M. (2021). Designing the hybrid office: From workplace to “culture space.” Harvard Business Review, 99(2), 114.
The authors of this discussion review the changes in work relative to the office, with active discussion of remote working.
Purvanova, R. K., Charlier, S. D., Reeves, C. J., & Greco, L. M. (2021). Who emerges into virtual team leadership roles? The role of achievement and ascription antecedents for leadership emergence across the virtuality spectrum. Journal of Business & Psychology, 36(4), 713–733.
The authors of this study utilize leadership emergency theory, with two pathways to leadership achievement. The findings of the study were mixed and useful for those serving as virtual leaders.
Lindzon, J. (2021, August 10). Managers will need new skills, tools, for the next phase of remote work. Globe & Mail [Toronto, Canada], B10.
The discussion in this article concerns the rapid changes that managers have had to face, involving new skills mastery and the use of new tools to be successful.
Sokoh, G. C., & Okolie, U. C. (2021). Knowledge management and its importance in modern organizations. Journal of Public Administration, Finance & Law, 20, 283–300.
The authors of this article discuss and review the importance of mastering and managing knowledge management for an organization to create and maintain a competitive edge.
Bickle, J. T. (2017). Developing remote training consultants as leaders-dialogic/network application of path-goal leadership theory in leadership development. Performance Improvement, 56(9), 32–39.
The author of this article discusses the fact that software training consultants are often in leadership positions but have had little to no leadership training. Five key leadership capacities are emphasized for remote training, utilizing path-goal theory.