Leadership: multidisciplinary perspectives
An edited collection of thirteen original chapters by leadership experts from a variety of social science/business disciplines. The first treatment of leadership studies from an interdisciplinary perspective.
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Organization Theory: Modern, Symbolic and Postmodern Perspectives
Mary Jo Hatch
Limited preview - 2012
LEADERSHIP AND SYMBOLIC
The Law of the Father
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