Kotterman, James (2006). Leadership versus Management: the disparities that are Journal for Quality and Participation, The Summer. The article entailed the differences that exist between management and leadership. A descriptive methodology was embraced by the researchers in the overall attainment of the results and assessed the following, Managers having subordinates, Leaders having followers, Charismatic transformational style, People focus, and Seek risk.
The researcher found out that the greatest difference between managers and leaders was on the motivation ways used and how to follow up was conducted. another finding exemplified leaders as having both the attributes in that they can manage jobs and at the same time act as leaders too which is an ideal aspect of a true representative of the entire population.
Third-world countries can benefit from this article since; those countries intending to emulate such aspects can completely establish a solid foundation on leadership and management once they review this article.
David B, Tom W, (2006). Analysis of Satisfaction acquired Among the Public and Private Sector Professionals. This study sought to have a comparison of the views laid down by the public and private sector methods used in the acquisition of the results which entailed the development and testing of questionnaires to examine how the environment had affected the productivity, managerial attitudes, practices, and morale.
In the assessment of the article by the researcher, the critical review was focused on the impacts of the stipulated results since the measure put in place considers skill variety, identity, significance, autonomy, and feedback on job performance. Third-world leaders and those being under their jurisdiction will enhance productivity and will tend to shun away from the activities that might result in incompetence when this article is reviewed by them since it gives a comprehensive deal in the attainment of goals.
Kaiser, B Hogan, R Craig, S. Bartholomew (2008). The institutional fate: leadership perspectives. American Psychologist, v63 n2 p96-110 Feb-March. This article is based on the concerns of the real-world significance of leadership for the achievement or breakdown of organizations and social institutions. Conceptualized leadership and the evaluation of leadership in terms of their performance as a team are enhanced. The methods used to entail the taxonomy of the dependent variables as a criterion in leadership studies.
Through the review of the research based on taxonomy, the enormous empirical literature on leadership depicts more about the achievement of individual managerial careers than the accomplishment of these people in leading organizations. In assessment, a brief explanation of the confirmation is entailed depicting that the presence of a leader has both negative and positive aspects and affects the performance in an organization. In the third world, this article clearly articulates how the various forms of leadership can be utilized in the enhancement of good quality performances.
Wilkinson, Jane B (2008). Women in the representation of leadership: A Methodological Journey: International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), v21 n2 p123-136 Mar 2008. This article focuses on women’s leadership upon detailed micro studies of individual women’s uniqueness formation or otherwise carrying out macro studies of its wide views in the society. Methodological approaches are delineated that were drained upon in a study of a small group of senior women academics from ethnically and socioeconomic varied origins.
The methodology involved entails classification according to the following aspects, communication mismatch that arose between societal communication and media representations, individual women’s prejudiced experiences of leadership which challenged such representations. In third world countries where women have mostly been demeaned this article shines as a savior to uplift women’s standards.
H Finn, Mette, (2008). Research Leadership as Entrepreneurial Organizing for Research Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, v55 n6 p651-670 Jun 2008. The research question is based on leadership in public universities under transformation and the responsibility of entrepreneurial strategies in research. Leadership is a basis for future development and it is from these universities a model of the future leader’s character is molded.
The methodology employed entails the research leadership role today and management by accountability and control. The entrepreneurial strategy is significant than traditional managerial skills to produce new knowledge centers. The paper contributes to special knowledge production and awareness in the university through organizational entrepreneurship. Though a difference is entailed in the university curriculums, third world countries can emulate the attributes from this article by ensuring competitive leadership in their universities to promote sound leadership, therefore, increasing good governance.
Garza, Encarnacion Jr. (2008).Social Justice: Leadership challenges for, Journal of Latinos and Education Journal of Latinos and Education, v7 n2 p163-176 Apr 2008. This article elucidates the challenges encountered by the author in efforts to preserve his commitment to leadership for social justice. In the attainment of social justice, effective and sound leadership has to prevail. This will only be attained when a corrective system of management and leadership is effective as the author suggests.
The methodology adopted in this article is live experience through observation and the use of survey design by the author. The article provides a vivid analysis of the daily experiences encountered by the researcher focusing mostly on the political and social factors that hamper the philosophy of social justice. From the author, the findings of the article clearly show that the leadership challenges can be countered by cooperative intervention and the adjudication of collective responsibilities.
From the obtained results the author guarantees that through hard work, of set goals they will always be achieved no matter the challenges. In the third world system, the editorial is of great importance since it contributes to the endurance and stability in the attainment of set goals by the developing leaders no matter how much struggle and time is taken to achieve this is.
Andy J. Lingo, A, Nelson Michael C. (2008). Positive Behavior Support: A Call for Leadership Journal Articles Children & Schools, v30 n1 p5-14 2008. This article entails theoretical mechanism; achievement features and evidence base of the public broadcasting service at the school level and explores implications for school social work practice. The methodology employed in this respect involves the popularity of the recently observed trends, the similarities between public broadcasting service and school social work practice, and the rising confirmation base associated with this approach. The author urges the school social workers to provide leadership to existing public broadcasting services.
By this provision; third world countries can integrate positive behavior into their school curriculum which will be a foundation basis for appropriate leadership. On the contrary, this can only be achieved through economic stability which seems to be a factor lacking in most developing countries.
Victor H.; Jago, Arthur G. (2007). What leadership plays a part in various Situations in Leadership Vroom, American Psychologist, v62 n1 p17-24 Jan 2007. This article starts by defining what leadership is and gives a brief description of three historically significant theories of leadership. Contingency theories are seen to be most reliable with existing evidence and most relevant to professional practice according to the author. Methods deployed entail various traits and predictor variables based on the situation at hand.
The findings clearly show in this section that leadership depends on the situation in that the observed aspects of leadership are depicted in handling situations at hand. The third-world country will benefit from this aspect since they will be able to tackle situations as per what they are unlike waiting for aid from outside sources that continually frustrate them.
Barker, B (Mar 2007).changing Student Outcomes School Effectiveness and School Improvement: The Leadership Paradox v18 n1 p21-43 Mar 2007. This article embraced a qualitative case study of an exceptional school in the south of England challenging the hypothesis that transformational leaders considerably had an impact on student outcomes.
The method used included the use of Interviews with staff and students, and also classroom observation on student school relationships and also with the administration a leadership paradox was developed with the study findings that heads reported to be transformational produce only limited gains in performance. This article lacks a basics focus on the realization of leadership since its importance to third world countries will only be on the basis that scrutiny will be to all the managerial and leadership sectors to minimize laxity.
Korkmaz, Mehmet (2007). Leadership Styles: Effects on Organizational Health Educational Research Quarterly, v30 n3 p23-55 2007. This article observes the effects of transformational and transactional leadership in conjunction with the teachers’ job satisfaction on schools’ organizational health investigating the variation extent in school health concerning principal leadership style and teachers’ job satisfaction.
The methodology used entailed the administration of a like-type questionnaire to 635 teachers Path Analysis was used to explain the direct and indirect relationships between the dependent and independent variables. The finding established that transformational leadership had a deep impact on the teachers’ job satisfaction therefore indirectly affecting the school health. This article suits third-world countries with an urge to incorporate the various forms of leadership in the sectors of development.
Walter B. Ward, Figg, Robin E. (2006). Using enhanced Practices to Develop Leadership Skills in At-Risk and talented Populations: Learning by Leading. Education, v126 n4 p690-701 Sum 2006. The research question in this aspect involves a discussion of learning by leading, a versatile, workshop that was made to expose the talented and at-risk middle school students to a well-developed learning practice that made firm the learning process and enhanced leadership training.
These cross-curriculum lessons included science and math while utilizing technology tools. The methods used involve case studies of two talented and two at-risk participants are presented and analyzed for emerging themes and implications for future trainers. Instructional materials and workshops were also used. The findings clearly showed how the talented students had high adaptability rates as compares to, the non-talented ones. In third world countries, emulation of the discussed aspects in this article will enable the development of leaders who are eager to learn since when continual emulation of behavior is practiced, perfection is always enhanced.
Lee, O, Kubilius (2006). The leadership of talented Adolescents: Moral Judgment and Emotional Intelligence. This article articulates the various stages of emotional capacity, leadership, and ethical judgment of more than two hundred talented high school students who participated in an improving academic program. The deployed methods by the researcher were quantitative surveys that involved self-control, interpersonal competence, and moral development.
Personal traits were also quantified. The findings indicated that on emotional intelligence, talented males were comparable to students in the age normative sample, while females lagged behind the standard group. The talented students had higher scores on adaptability but lower scores on stress management and impulse control ability compared to the normative sample. On moral judgment, they were as good as individuals with master’s or professional degrees, showing an above-average level of leadership compared to the standard sample there were no experienced differences on the three scales.
This article is of high value to the third world counties in that in every recruitment at work or any institution, emotional intelligence, moral judgment, and leadership will be considered thus giving a firm basis for managerial and guidance boosting their performance.
Hopkins, David Higham, Rob (2007). System Leadership: Mapping the Landscape School Leadership & Management, v27 n2 p147-166 Apr 2007. This article detailed the concept of system leadership and its latent power as a means for systemic reform by raising a series of concerns about the way the perception is being interpreted, the depiction on responses provided by local authorities, establishes the system leadership within the prose on systems speculation and leadership, proposes a potential model for system leadership and explores the tensions involved in developing the concept further System leaders.
Through this piece of writing the third world, counties can embrace a one-line system of leadership which according to my perceptions would not be an effective way of leadership in that democratic freedom of the majority will be hampered.
Herman, Susan (2007).Training in management/Leadership: Society.Journal of Management Education, v31 n2 p151-155 2007. This article talks of the disaster of leadership and the “not leadership” occasion at the researcher’s own campus which repeats this crisis and reflects it at the national level. In tackling this crisis, the author gives suggestions on how Americans must give a vivid description of their leadership notions.
The various notions of different personnel vary and it is only that which guarantees a mutual basis to the overall population that prevails at the end of the day. The methodology involved in this aspect entails the identification of mistakes in judgment, ethical awareness, decision making, managing personnel, in taking leadership, and to create from these the teachable moments that lead to authentic learning and realistic definitions of leadership. the findings obtained indicate that there exist fundamental leaders in crisis united states and is considered as a vacuum. Third-world countries can see these pitfalls and gains of leadership and lay a basis on the effects on their economies.
Fielding, Michael (2006). Personalization and Leadership: The New Totalitarianism School Leadership & Management, v26 n4 p347-369 Sep 2006. This paper disputes and argues against the poverty of the present-day work on personalization by proposing an approach to leadership and management that is based on a view of how we become persons, commensurately on an education perspective. The individualistic perspective shown in this article clearly shows how true leadership can be attained. When relevant and goals towards the perfection and the attainment of good leadership, basically what follows is the realization of the goals.
The methodology framework is based on the evaluation of the performance of leadership and management. Performance is the rate at which an effective person has been rated in accordance with the level and degree of the contributions made.
In this aspect, a descriptive study was entailed basing the methodology on the qualitative aspects of leadership. The results illustrate how the person-centered aspect of leadership greatly results in effective leadership and the management of poverty to some certain degree. The information will be helpful to third world countries in that total concentration will be focused only on the leadership forms that seem prospectively mutual in the attainment of results and the choice of an effective leader will depend on the people’s choice of one who seems to tackle the issues well.
Andy J. Lingo, A, Nelson Michael C. (2008). Positive Behavior Support: A Call for Leadership Journal Articles Children & Schools, v30 n1 p5-14.
Barker, B (2007).changing Student Outcomes School Effectiveness and School Improvement: The Leadership Paradox v18 n1 p21-43.
David B, Tom W, (2006), Analysis of Satisfaction acquired Among the Public and Private Sector Professionals.
Fielding, Michael (2006). Personalization and Leadership: The New Totalitarianism School Leadership & Management, v26 n4 p347-369.
Garza, Encarnacion Jr. (2008).Social Justice: Leadership challenges for, Journal of Latinos and Education Journal of Latinos and Education, v7 n2 p163-176.
H Finn, Mette, (2008). Research Leadership as Entrepreneurial Organizing for Research Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, v55 n6 p651-670.
Herman, Susan (2007).Training in management/Leadership: Society.Journal of Management Education, v31 n2 p151-155.
Hopkins, David Higham, Rob (2007). System Leadership: Mapping the Landscape School Leadership & Management, v27 n2 p147-166.
Kaiser, B Hogan, R Craig, S. Bartholomew (2008). The institutional fate: leadership perspectives.American Psychologist, v63 n2 p96-110.
Korkmaz, Mehmet (2007). Leadership Styles: Effects on Organizational Health Educational Research Quarterly, v30 n3 p23-55.
Lee, O, Kubilius (2006). Leadership of talented Adolescents: Moral Judgment and Emotional Intelligence.
Kotterman, James (2006). Leadership Versus Management: the disparities that are Journal for Quality and Participation.
Victor H.; Jago, Arthur G. (2007). What leadership plays apart in various Situations in Leadership Vroom, American Psychologist, v62 n1 p17-24.
Walter B. Ward, Figg, Robin E. (2006).Using enhanced Practices to Develop Leadership Skills in At-Risk and talented Populations: Learning by Leading. Education, v126 n4 p. 690-701.
Wilkinson, Jane B (2008). Women in the representation of leadership: A Methodological Journey: International Journal of Qualitative International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), v21 n2 p. 123-136.