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The purpose of this study was to understand the underlying organizational culture and any influence that has on the perceptions of the culture of patient safety. Author: Gwen M. Rogers, Northcentral University.
The purpose of this qualitative exploratory case study, which included 15 voluntary participants, was to understand if the U. S. Army's organizational leadership development process based on the 2012 revisions in leadership doctrine be improved based on the opinions and experiences of prior military leaders, and the analysis of U. S. Army doctrine, regulations and prior leadership surveys. Author: Seven A. Boylan, University of Phoenix.
This is the first study to inspect the degree to which exemplary leadership could be predicted from a linear combination of moral attentiveness (Reynolds, 2008) and resilience in organizational leadership through a combination of assessments not previously utilized. Author: Clarinda J. Cole, Regent University.
The current study serves to enhance the growing field of scholarly work on ethical leadership by drawing attention to the manner in which a highly moral organizational leader may interpret and answer questions or statements developed to assess ethics. Author: Clarinda J. Cole, Regent University.
Based international nongovernment organizations - the purpose of this multiple case study is to explore how senior-level organizational leadership understands organizational effectiveness, how they assess or measure it, and the steps they take to resolve disagreements in these understandings that hinder the development of an organizational consensus on what organizational effectiveness entails. Author: Gordon A. Zook, Eastern University.
The purpose of this study was to identify organizational leadership awareness of the hierarchical mum effect, the contributing leadership qualities that foster a mum environment, and the impact of the phenomenon on team performance. Author: Jeremy Beakley, University of Phoenix.
The purpose of this study is to investigate evidence that demonstrates a relationship between organizational leadership styles and sustainability for NSEs. Author: Eddie G. Montgomery, University of Maryland University College.