Leadership Systems Model: An Integration Of People, Process, And Behaviors In A Dynamic And Evolving Environment

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Philip E. Burian
Francis Skip Maffei III
Pamela S. Burian
Mark A. Pieffer


Leadership Systems Model, Behavior, Organizations, Systems


Defining, observing, and measuring leadership skills, styles and approaches are far from being a new effort. Although research has provided much information regarding leadership, the classical leadership theories and models, processes, and behavioral views must be further integrated in order to provide a richer and wider view of leadership. Furthermore, organizations are not static; they are constantly changing and evolving over time. The purpose of this paper is to provide a conceptual model integrating these views using a systems level theory to understand the aggregate nature of leadership.


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