Jun' 19


Effective Executive

ISSN: 0972-5172

A 'peer reviewed' journal distributed by EBSCO and Proquest Database

It is a quarterly journal designed to provide emerging ideas and issues in the management leadership areas. Presents papers, interviews, debates, case studies, and corporate reports that have bearing on organizational leadership and leadership growth in organizations.

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  • Effective Executive is a management magazine designed for busy executives to help them keep themselves abreast of emerging ideas and issues in the Management area.
  • Contents include articles, interviews, debates, case studies, and corporate reports on the most contemporary issues in management.
  • Contains executive summaries of articles appearing in leading international magazines and reviews of latest management books.
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Cultural Challenges in Leading an Innovation-Oriented Business: Comparing Entrepreneurs from East and West
50
Leadership Styles Required to Lead Digital Transformation
50
Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change: Leading with Innovation
50
The Enormous Value of Education in the Business World
50
       
Contents : (Jun' 19)

Cultural Challenges in Leading an Innovation-Oriented Business: Comparing Entrepreneurs from East and West
Stephanie Jones, Thomas Geydan and Mazin Alsafi

Leading a startup business geared towards creating innovatory products and services is always going to be challenging for entrepreneurs. This task is difficult enough in established and developed economies such as the USA and Europe, but how about in emerging markets such as Iraq, with a history of war and sanctions, and Egypt, suffering from post-revolution chaos, uncertainty and devaluation? Setting up an entrepreneurial and highly innovatory business can be made even more difficult by having to cope with cultural differences. Here we look at the entrepreneurial challenges of operating in radically different environments and some of the distinct issues in the process of creating a culture of innovation. What do we know of the national cultural differences of these countries? These national cultural differences inevitably impact on the creation of an organizational culture, having their own implications for the challenges of leading innovation. This paper suggests that understanding national cultural differences can make all the difference between success and failure in leading innovation.


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Article Price : Rs.50

Leadership Styles Required to Lead Digital Transformation
Kurt April and Afzal Dalwai

The purpose of this research was to inductively understand the changing leadership styles practiced, and operating transformations needed, at a leading South African Wealth Management (SAWM) organization, with a substantial market share and more than $7 bn of Assets Under Management and Assets Under Advice. The research was conducted using a phenomenological approach, by gathering qualitative data through semi-structured interviews with 22 participants, after which the interviews were transcribed and coded, using open and axial coding. In the main, leadership styles during digital transformation resembled facets of existing leadership theories, while digital leaders demonstrated greater situational awareness and cognitive ability to set the strategic direction of the business. These leaders required emotional attentiveness to determine how best to rearrange their plans as the landscape changed and cultivated the right ethos to create inclusive products and services to ensure the SAWM can remain relevant in an ever-changing market.


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Article Price : Rs.50

Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change: Leading with Innovation
Colin Coulson-Thomas

Public and stakeholder concern over the environment and climate change and the global nature of related challenges and opportunities have implications for many directors and boards. They raise a variety of issues that boards should address, including the adequacy of governance arrangements, contribution to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and the nature of the leadership required to align business and social priorities, objectives and outcomes and the nature, scale and timing of required responses. In regard to climate resilient smart cities, sustainable energy supply choices, pollution prevention, waste and water management, green growth and market solutions, there is scope for collective as well as corporate action and for creative strategies, innovation and entrepreneurship. Boards need to reassess corporate capabilities to participate in collaborative responses. The exercise of environmental leadership might rebuild reputation, trust and intergenerational rapport, ensure a more sustainable, inclusive, fulfilling and healthier future for mankind, and benefit damaged ecosystems.


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The Enormous Value of Education in the Business World
Dan Coughlin

There is formal academic education, and there is informal ongoing education. The first one is important. The second one is much more important.


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