A theory exploring how expert leaders influence performance in knowledge-intensive organizations
Leadership has been deemed, by some earlier scholars, to be less necessary in organizations that are knowledge-intensive. It has been assumed that because experts and professionals are driven largely by intrinsic motivation, extrinsic management and leadership factors are less important. We believe...
Goodall, Amanda H
|Place of publication:||
Cham Springer International Publishing 2015
|published in:||Incentives and performance. Governance of research organizations pp. S. 49 - 67|
|Data of publication:||2015|
The work presented in this chapter draws on earlier work by Goodall (2012) and Goodall (2014), among other non-technical articles.
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
|Database:||FIS Bildung Literaturdatenbank
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