Leadership and Personnel Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, Volume I

  • 15h 43m
  • Information Resources Management Association (IRMA)
  • IGI Global
  • 2016

Strong leaders are essential to the structure of organizations across all industries. Having the knowledge, skill sets, and tools available to successfully motivate, manage, and guide others can mean the difference between organizational success and failure.

Leadership and Personnel Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications presents the latest research on topics related to effective managerial practice as well as the tools and concepts that attribute to effective leadership. Focusing on a variety of topics including human resources, diversity, organizational behavior, management competencies, employee relations, motivation, and team building, this multi-volume publication is ideal for academic and government library inclusion and meets the research needs of business professionals, academics, graduate students, and researchers.

About the Author

Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) is a research-based professional organization dedicated to advancing the concepts and practices of information resources management in modern organizations. IRMA's primary purpose is to promote the understanding, development and practice of managing information resources as key enterprise assets among IRM/IT professionals. IRMA brings together researchers, practitioners, academicians, and policy makers in information technology management from over 50 countries.

In this Book

  • The Ethics Portfolio: Building and Promoting Ethical Culture in an Organization
  • The Origin of Servant Leadership: The Foundation of Leadership
  • Advertising Ethics in the Social Media Age
  • Machine Ethics Interfaces: An Ethics of Perception of Nanocognition
  • Religious Ethics, General Ethics, and Engineering Ethics: A Reflection
  • Ethical Concerns in Human Enhancement: Advantages in Corporate/Organizational Settings
  • Teachers' Professional Development in the Digitized World: A Sample Blended Learning Environment for Educational Technology Training
  • Integrating Multi-View Model and Agent Paradigm in the Supply Chain Design
  • Digital Pedagogy from the Perspective of Early Childhood Education
  • Introducing Educational Technology into the Higher Education Environment: A Professional Development Framework
  • A Professional Development Framework for the Flipped Classroom Model: Design and Implementation of a Literacy and Math Integrated Professional Development Initiative
  • A Conceptual Framework for Ethical Decision Making in Organizations: A Review of Ethical Triangle Model
  • Ethics in Design: Teaching Engineering Ethics
  • Extending Business Processes with Mobile Task Support: A Self-Healing Solution Architecture
  • A Framework for Supporting In-Service Teachers to Use Domain-Specific Technologies for Instruction
  • Museum Communication: Towards a Framework for Resource-Holder Relations Management
  • Ecological Perspectives Surrounding the Design of Self-Determination-Enhanced Problem-Based Learning as a Formative Intervention for Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings
  • Adaptable Learning Theory Framework for Technology-Enhanced Learning
  • Developing English Language Teachers' Professional Capacities through Digital and Media Literacies: A Brazilian Perspective
  • Digital Rhetoric and Globalization: A Convergence-Continuum Model
  • A Socio-Economic Model for Developing Ethics Code in a Multicultural Environment
  • A Framework for Defining and Evaluating Technology Integration in the Instruction of Real-World Skills
  • Designing a cMOOC for Lecturer Professional Development in the 21st Century
  • Engineering Ethics in Technological Design
  • Executive Functions in Digital Games