Leadership literature reviews
We receive many requests for literature reviews on leadership and the following three are the ones we tend to recommend:
The Performance and Innovation Unit (part of the Cabinet Office) produced this literature review which is an excellent analysis of changes and trends in leadership thinking and the implications for public sector leadership. The review is Annex D of "Strengthening Leadership in the Public Sector" by the PIU (March 2001) - Performance and Innovation Unit. To read this review, click here (pdf format - 582 Kb) or to read it in HTML format, click here
University's Systematic Review of the Leadership Development literature
The main purpose was to produce a summary of the research on leadership development from across the NHS and public and private sector organisations, identifying key themes, findings and areas of debate.
The research includes:
To read this review, click here (pdf format - 1.01 Mb)
Henley Management College's literature review
Literature Review: Evidence of the contribution leadership development
for professional groups makes in driving their organisations forward"
by Sadie Williams of Henley Management College, Greenlands, Henley-on-Thames.
To read this review, click here (pdf format - 497 Kb)
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