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Dynamic Organizational Knowledge Creation

This week I dove into learning about Ikujiro Nonaka; he is a leading scholar on organizational management and argues that knowledge creation is the basis for organizational leadership. Ankara states a paradigm for managing organizational knowledge that a central theme is a continuous dialogue between tacit and explicit knowledge. This new knowledge is developed by individuals, … Continue reading

Communication & Leadership

For my doctoral studies I was asked to review a research study on communication and leadership. This 2015 study from scholars from University of Westminister really breaks down what makes effective communication for an organization and assists in cultivating trust. This report helps defines a framework for cultivation of communication and trust of an organization. This study … Continue reading

Complexity Leadership

Complexity Leadership challenges you to look at leadership at an interpersonal level rather than a bureaucratic, controlling, top down level. Leadership effectiveness cannot be built exclusively around controlling the future; rather it depends on being able to foster interactive conditions that enable a productive future. Nor is it limited to human relations concepts that focus … Continue reading