Category Archives: collaborative and community leadership

wikinomics and leadership

What Last week in class we discussed an article in the book Leading Organizations called “Wikinomics: The Art and Science of Peer Production.” Within this article they discuss the power of many and recent use of the public to generate answers. Wikipedia has pioneered this concept and harnessed the public as a source to provide […] Continue reading

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A Reflection and Questions Surrounding Women in Leadership

what Women in the workforce. Since the labor shortage in WWII women have entered the workforce which was supported by the rise in the feminist movement. Women were also encouraged to go to work because the cost of living was higher and working became a necessity for most families. In the early 1960s and 70s […] Continue reading

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Global Mindset

WHAT In my leadership in a global society class we discusses global mindsets and ways to improve intellectual capital. Story and Barbuto propose in their article, Global Mindset: A Construct Clarification and Framework, a framework for a global mindset which takes into consideration global mindset as it is influenced by global roles and leader distant […] Continue reading

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