Monthly Archives: July 2016

Partnership Governance – S16.2

Political scientist Elinor Ostrom (1933-2012), the first female winner of the Nobel Prize in economics (2009), suggested that the tragedy of the commons could be avoided in situations where partnerships were developed. Rather than leaving common pool resources ungoverned, at … Continue reading

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Leadership Ontology – S16.1

In 2007, Warren Bennis (American Psychologist, 62.1: 2-5) expressed the dominant ontology of leadership, which had been informing research and practice for decades, as consisting of a ‘tripod’ of three basic elements: leader(s), followers, and common goals. The notions of … Continue reading

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