Leadership and Management

sociological and psychological perspectives on management. The sociological perspective includes coverage of: organization structure and design; organization culture; control and coordination systems; the nature and functioning of small groups in organizations; and organization development and change. The psychological perspective addresses topics such as: comparative views on leadership; roles and functions of the chief executive; the role of power, influence and politics; establishing supportive communications; enhancing employee performance through motivation and empowerment; delegating for esponsiveness; managing conflict, change and varied stakeholders.

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