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In spite of a considerable body of literature, the relations between aspects of corporate culture and corporate success are not clear. This is due to the complexity and inconsistency concerning corporate culture and success. Most studies tend to focus on codified norms but less on implicit...
In recent years a number of leadership constructs have been introduced to the literature that comprise explicit reference to the leader’s ethical behavior including transformational, ethical, authentic, and spiritual leadership. These types of leadership have been posited to have a positive...
The ability to attract highly qualified employees constitutes a significant competitive advantage, and is ultimately linked to an organization’s economic success. Creating and maintaining organizational attractiveness is therefore crucial to organizations. While previous research has...
Ethical scandals in business have led to calls for more ethical or moral leadership. Yet, we still know very little about what characterizes ethical leadership and what its positive consequences actually are. We argue that the major question is not about what leaders value, but rather whether...
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