Intellectual Leadership

3364 Words Nov 18th, 2012 14 Pages
Leadership, Organizational Change and Consultancy Final Paper


HARUN MENGES (s1279521)


HARUN MENGES (s1279521)


INTRODUCTION Since the corporations’ requirement change in time , leadership conception develops and becomes more important. Changes in the field of total quality management result in arising new concepts about leadership.Especially since 1978, it has been found that conventional approaches about leadership style is not enough, and therefore new distinctions started to form.The difference between theory and observation revealed that new leadership concept and a new management paradigm based on this new concept are needed. Intellectual leadership helps companies in
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These skills provides bringing people together for meaningful goals by eliminating lots of destructive, dissuasive, dispenser power. Furthermore, these skills prevent society’s instuitions and organizations’ becoming unproductive arising from bureaucratic SEVERITY, politic controversy, power struggle. Leadership is gathering intellectual workers forming human resources and intellectual capital and increasing their performances. Leadership concept is seen to change slowly when human fact in organization, and the fact that thought and information’s becoming the most important capital are realized. Leaders will not be effective only with their expertness, authority and charisma anymore. In information society, leaders’ intellectual characteristics come into prominence, especially leaders who have higher power of thought, information,skills and world knowledge are required. Intellectual leaders have information about management in addition to their expertness and experience.They have also high technical skills, superior management and conformity skill, flexibility, superior language ability, personal richness, emotional stability. The Internet’s network model available for everyone provides a new infrastructure opportunity which activates the technologies and techniques disrupting existing commercial attempts. The Internet provides individuals and small groups with communication and coordination power which was available only for the biggest
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