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HUMN 8111 Required Course Readings

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Eddy, P. L. (2004). The impact of presidential cognition on institutional change. Community College Enterprise, 10(1), 63–77.

Fiol, C., Harris, D., & House, R. (1999). Charismatic leadership: Strategies for effecting social change. Leadership Quarterly, 10(3), 449.

Furst, S., & Cable, D. (2008). Employee resistance to organizational change: Managerial influence tactics and leader-member exchange. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93(2), 453–462.

Hannay, M. (2009). The cross-cultural leader: The application of servant leadership theory in the international context. Journal of International Business & Cultural Studies, 1, 1 – 12.

Hearda-Rapp, A. (1998). The power of informal leadership: Women leaders in the civil rights movement. Sociological Focus, 31(4), 341–355.

Herman, R. (2000). A leadership evolution. Employment Relations Today (Wiley), 26(4), 73–82.

Karp, T., & Helgø, T. (2008). The future of leadership: The art of leading people in a "post-managerial" environment. Foresight: The Journal of Futures Studies, Strategic Thinking and Policy, 10(2), 30–37.

Ming-Yi, W. (2010). Gender and cultural influences on expected leadership styles in the Taiwanese public relations field: Transformational and transactional leadership styles. China Media Research, 6(1), 37 – 46.

Mott, L. (2008). Organizational culture: An important factor to consider. The Bottom Line, 21(3), 88–93.

Murray, E., & Richardson, P. (2003). Fast forward: A new framework for rapid organizational change. Ivey Business Journal, 67(6), 1–5.

Oreg, S., & Berson, Y. (2009). Leader's characteristics and behaviors and employees resistance to organizational change. Academy of Management Proceedings, 1–6.

Plachy, R. (2009). When to lead? When to manage? T+D, 63(12), 52 – 55.

Reymers, K. (2004). Ben & Jerry's ice cream. Encyclopedia of Leadership. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Seyranian, V., & Bligh, M. (2008). Presidential charismatic leadership: Exploring the rhetoric of social change.Leadership Quarterly, 19(1), 54 – 76.

Smith, B., Montagno, R., & Kuzmenko, T. (2004). Transformational and servant leadership: Content and contextual comparisons. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies (Baker College), 10(4), 80–91.

Tager, M. (2004). What people really need from a change leader. Leader to Leader, 2004(31), 6–9.

van Eeden, R., Cilliers, F., & van Deventer, V. (2008).Leadership styles and associated personality traits: Support for the conceptualisation of transactional and transformational leadership. South African Journal of Psychology, 38(2), 253 – 267.

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