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作者 Van Wart, Montgomery, 1951-
書名 Dynamics of leadership in public service : theory and practice / Montgomery Van Wart
出版項 Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, c2011
國際標準書號 9780765623652 (hardcover : alk. paper)
076562365X (hardcover : alk. paper)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 歐美所圖書館  352.39 V38 2011    在架上  -  30500101464207
版本 2nd ed
說明 xii, 547 p. : ill. ; 27 cm
附註 Includes bibliographical references (p. 501-527) and index
Machine generated contents note: Changes in the Second Edition -- Acknowledgments -- 1.Introduction -- Types of Leadership -- History of the Literature on Leadership in the Mainstream and Public Sectors -- Perennial Debates in Leadership Theory -- A Discussion of Some Important Terms and Concepts -- An Operational Definition of Leadership for Individuals -- Conclusion -- 2.Theoretical Building Blocks: Contingency Factors and Leader Styles -- Contingency Factors -- Dimensions of Styles -- Types of Leader Styles -- Conclusion -- 3.Leadership Theories: Early Managerial and Transactional Approaches -- Use of a Causal-Chain Model to Compare Approaches and Theories -- Early Management and Leadership Approaches -- Transactional Approaches -- Conclusion -- 4.Leadership Theories: Charismatic and Transformational Approaches -- Precursors to Contemporary Charismatic and Transformational Theories -- Comparing Transactional and Transformational Approaches to Leadership -- Charismatic and Transformational Approaches -- Conclusion -- 5.Horizontal and Distributed Models of Leadership -- Distributed-Leadership Approaches -- Conclusion -- 6.Ethics-Based Leadership Theories -- Perspectives on Ethics-Based Leadership -- Generic Leadership Model Based on Consciousness and Conscientiousness -- Conclusion -- 7.Specialized Approaches to Leadership: Power, Culture, Diversity, and Gender -- The Power Approach to Leadership -- World Cultures and Leadership -- Subcultures, Diversity, and Leadership -- Gender and Leadership -- Conclusion -- 8.Integrative Theories -- Shared Leadership Theory -- Chemers's Integrative Theory -- Transformational Theory -- Strategic Leadership Theory -- Social Change Leadership Theory -- Complexity Leadership Theory -- Leadership Competencies Theory -- Multiple-Organizational-Level Leadership Theory -- Conclusion -- 9.Leader Assessments -- Assessment of the Organization and Its Environment -- Constraints of Leadership -- Conclusion -- 10.Leader Formulation and Prioritization of Goals -- The Science and Art of Goal Setting -- Generic Skills Used in Goal Setting -- A Model of Leader Goal Formulation and Prioritization in Organizational Settings -- Selecting Major Goals -- Balancing Goals -- Conclusion -- 11.Traits That Contribute to Leader Effectiveness -- Self-Confidence -- Decisiveness -- Resilience -- Energy -- Need for Achievement -- Willingness to Assume Responsibility -- Flexibility -- A Service Mentality -- Personal Integrity -- Emotional Maturity -- Conclusion -- 12.Skills That Contribute to Leader Effectiveness -- Communication Skills -- Social Skills -- Influence Skills -- Analytic Skills -- Technical Skills -- Continual Learning -- Conclusion -- 13.Task-Oriented Behaviors -- The Underlying Logic of Each of the Behavior Domains -- Monitoring and Assessing Work -- Operations Planning -- Clarifying Roles and Objectives -- Informing -- Delegating -- Problem Solving -- Managing Technical Innovation and Creativity -- Conclusion -- 14.People-Oriented Behaviors -- Consulting -- Planning and Organizing Personnel -- Developing Staff -- Motivating -- Building and Managing Teams -- Managing Conflict -- Managing Personnel Change -- Conclusion -- 15.Organizational-Oriented Behaviors -- Scanning the Environment -- Strategic Planning -- Articulating the Mission and Vision -- Networking and Partnering -- Performing General Management Functions -- Decision Making -- Managing Organizational Change -- Conclusion -- 16.Leadership Development -- The Nature of Leadership Development -- Structured Experience and Associated Developmental Methods -- Formal Training Design -- Commonly Used Methods in Formal Training Programs -- Conclusion -- 17.Evaluating Leadership -- Evaluating the Public Leadership Research Literature -- Using an Action Research Model of Leadership to Evaluate Individual Leaders -- Revisiting the Many Possible Definitions of Leadership -- The Role of Context -- Who Evaluates and How? -- A Final Example of a Great Administrative Leader -- Conclusion -- B.1.Tabulation Form -- B.2.Profile
主題 Leadership -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Public administration -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
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