Essay on Nervewire: a Case Study of Leadership

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NerveWire: A Case Study of Leadership

Grand Canyon University

LDR600
Professor Stephen Young
April 22, 2010
Abstract
This paper is a review of the leadership of NerveWire, a professional services firm that was established in 1999. NerveWire’s Malcolm Frank, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and Kirk Arnold, Chief Operating Officer (COO) are the key leaders in this company. Their leadership skills, attributes, personalities, and leadership styles are reviewed and compared to leadership theories; their effectiveness within the organization, as well as their effectiveness with customers and business growth is explored. Cultural norms and gender stereotyping and their influence on the leaders of NerveWire are also
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