Jun' 20


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 journal designed for busy executives to keep themselves abreast of emerging ideas and issues in the management/leadership area.
  • Contents include articles, interviews, debates, case studies, and corporate reports on the most contemporary issues in management/leadership.
  • Papers are double blind refereed and selected to cover a wide range of issues in management/leadership.
  • A must read for executives, managers, consultants, and students who are interested in developing cutting edge knowledge and skills in management/leadership.
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'Leadership Toxicity': Our Own Corporate 'Covid-Tox' Pandemic
50
Leading Organizational Innovation
50
Intuition and Decision-Making: Business and Sports Leaders
50
       
Contents : (Jun' 20)

'Leadership Toxicity': Our Own Corporate 'Covid-Tox' Pandemic
Michael Walton

Workplace toxicity is prevalent in many organizations. The paper suggests that 'Leadership Toxicity' can be likened to a coronavirus-like virus-'Covid-Tox'-and that this will be present within many, if not all, business organizations. At their heart organizations are cauldrons of conflicting emotions and tensions as people go about advancing their own ambitions and objectives. As such we should expect, plan for and guard against the harmful effects of such behavior especially from those in positions of executive power and responsibility. Three key factors are outlined which, when combined, seem likely to result in a 'toxic mix' and thus should be examined and monitored with considerable care and attention in order to reduce the likelihood of Covid-Tox overwhelming an organization.


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Leading Organizational Innovation
Colin Coulson-Thomas

Immediate, long-term and potentially game-changing challenges, related public and other stakeholder concerns, and government interventions require and/or demand rapid changes of behavior and transition to different models of organization, operation, business and governance. Innovation is required in the nature, characteristics, purposes, priorities and strategies of organizations and their processes, activities and relationships with stakeholders. Directors and boards have both immediate and long-term issues to address. The paper explores many questions and matters they need to consider when leading innovation if it is to result in more flexible, inclusive, resilient, responsive, responsible and supportive organizations and create a simpler, healthier and more fulfilling and sustainable future.


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Intuition and Decision-Making: Business and Sports Leaders
George J Koshy, Kurt A April and Babar Dharani

The paper studies the role of intuition in the decision-making of business leaders and sports leaders with three objectives: (i) to identify the key factors that influenced intuition-based decision-making; (ii) to propose a theoretical model for intuition-based decision-making; and (iii) to compare intuition-based decision-making skills in leaders from both business and the sports industry. The study comprised reviewing the extant literature on decision-making theories and a theoretical model was proposed, possible factors that could influence intuition-based decision-making were identified, and 12 business leaders and 12 sports leaders were interviewed to further investigate, relate and compare possible factors that could have had effects on intuition-based decision-making. Fourteen constructs/themed factors were identified: cognitive, consequence, customs, emotions, environment, experiences, extrasensory, individual, information, learning, people, supernatural, training and traits. The findings of this research indicated that the factors that influenced intuition-based decision-making in both business leaders and sports leaders were similar.


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