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Celeste P.M. Wilderom
University of Twente
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Last. Celeste P.M. WilderomH-Index: 28
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Last. Celeste P.M. WilderomH-Index: 28
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Last. Celeste P.M. WilderomH-Index: 28
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Interaction dynamics are considered to be key characteristics of complex adaptive systems (CAS). Taking a CAS approach, this study examines how three team interaction patterns affect team effective...
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Purpose: Several studies of family firm failures have pointed to non-family members in leading positions as a reason. However, non-family members have often played a key role in family-firm longevity, while non-family executives’ involvement in family firms is increasing. These non-family executives who (co-)run family firms are thought to require an almost impossible set of behavioural qualities. The aim of this exploratory study is to find out how specific leader behaviours of effective family...
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The concept of medical leadership (ML) can enhance physicians’ inclusion in efforts for higher quality healthcare. Despite ML’s spiking popularity, only a few countries have built a national taxonomy to facilitate ML competency education and training. In this paper we discuss the development of the Dutch ML competency framework with two objectives: to account for the framework’s making and to complement to known approaches of developing such frameworks. We designed a research approach and analyz...
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Various external and internal developments in many public sectors require strategic flexibility from their constituent organisations. As a result, many public organisations are continuously improving their internal strategic alignment in order to achieve the changing strategic goals but many of their past management control practices do not fit such new developments. To cope with this, a Dutch governmental organisation introduced a new intervention, including: 1) Co-creation and visualisation of...
The presented empirical study demonstrates that the predictive validity of Bass' “transformational-transactional” model of leadership can be enhanced by incorporating certain aspects of the older Ohio State “initiating structure-consideration” model of leadership. A precise, fine-grained video-based method shows that “initiating structure” behaviors (e.g., directing, informing, structuring) explained the variance in leader and team effectiveness better than “transactional behavior.” Thus, a refi...
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Medical Leadership (ML) propagates physicians’ use of organizing-type competencies. Drawing on Institutional Theory, the present abductive study: a) explains ML’s emergence in Western healthcare sy...
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Changes in the world’s economic landscape is forcing companies, especially those in the service industry, to stay relevant by introducing innovative service options and solutions. Employee innovative behavior has become an important condition for these businesses to succeed in this dynamic environment. While transformational leadership is often seen to induce innovative work behavior in employees, little is known about the psychological mechanisms through which this effect occurs. Our research c...
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