Defining Leadership as Process Reference Model: Translating Organizational Goals into Practice Using a Structured Leadership Approach
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Effective leadership in organisations is important to the achievement of organizational objectives. Yet leadership is widely seen as a quality that individuals innately possess, and which cannot be learned. This paper makes two assertions; (a) that leadership is a skill that not only can be learned, but which can be formalized into a Process Reference Model that is intelligible to practitioners and be understood from an Enterprise Architecture perspective, and (b) that Process Reference Models in the strict sense can be redefined to include a new category of PRM called provisionally a Reference Model of Organisational Behavior, a new category of PRM which focuses on organisational behavior in pursuits of goals.
IFIP TC 5 International Conference, EAI2N 2010
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Information Systems Management
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