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Purpose – This exploratory study investigated the characteristics that chief executive officers (CEOs) associated with their success. Design/methodology/approach – Twenty CEOs were interviewed and asked to identify characteristics they possessed, and that they felt were related to their...
Purpose – To develop a model clarifying the personal factors and behavioural characteristics (competencies) relevant to effective command, leadership and management in the Royal Navy. Design/methodology/approach – A questionnaire study was conducted on a sample of 261 Officers and ratings....
Purpose – To develop a theoretical understanding of how indirect leadership is done in a military context. Design/methodology/approach – A grounded theory approach was used. Twenty‐two high‐level Swedish commanders, and six of their subordinates were interviewed. Findings – A model was...
Purpose – This paper examines the relationship between credibility, the dimensions of power and a number of knowledge acquisition attributes. Design/methodology/approach – The study involves a questionnaire‐based survey of employees from a number of organisations operating in the United...
Purpose – This paper applies organizational development (OD) process‐cultural and structural change strategies to synthesize Etzioni's three approaches to power and compliance: normative, coercive and remunerative to study the management control systems of teams in organizations....
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