6 edition of Distributed leadership according to the evidence found in the catalog.
Distributed leadership according to the evidence
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Kenneth Leithwood, Blair Mascall, and Tiiu Strauss.|
|Contributions||Leithwood, Kenneth A., Mascall, Blair., Strauss, Tiiu.|
|LC Classifications||LB2805 .D528 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780805864229, 9781410618573|
|LC Control Number||2008001573|
A meta-analysis of distributed leadership from to Theory development, empirical evidence and future research focus - Educational Management Administration & Leadership In-text: (Tian, Risku and Collin, ). Distributed leadership has caught the attention of researchers, policy-makers practitioners and educational reformers (Spillane, ; Harris, ; Leithwood et al., a). It is the leadership idea of the moment, even though its genesis can be traced back to the field of organizational theory in the mid s (Barnard, ).Cited by:
This book focuses on why distributed leadership matters, by looking at the facts, the evidence, and the practice. Distributed leadership is primarily concerned with the interactions and the dynamics of leadership practice rather than a preoccupation with the formal roles and responsibilities traditionally associated with those “who lead.”. His most recent books include Leading School Turnaround (with Harris, Jossey Bass, in press), Distributed Leadership According to the Evidence (Routledge, ) and Leading With Teachers’ Emotions In Mind (with Beatty, Corwin, ). Professor Leithwood is the recent recipient of the University of Toronto's Impact on Public Policy award and a.
THE AUTHORS. KENNETH LEITHWOOD is professor of Educational Leadership and Policy at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. His recent books include Distributed Leadership According to the Evidence and Leading With Teachers' Emotions In most recent research was a Wallace Foundation supported study, with . Harris, A () Distributed Leadership and Knowledge Creation in Leithwood, K. Mascall, B. Strauss, T. (eds) Distributed Leadership According to the evidence, London Routledge Harris, A () Improving Schools in Challenging Circumstances: Differentiation not Standardisation in Hargreaves, A (eds) An International Handbook of Educational Change.
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Virtually all of the available evidence about distributed approach to leadership can be found in this book. This book is appropriate for researchers studying school leadership, instructors and students in graduate-level school leadership courses and practicing administrators at the district and building level.4/5(1).
The purpose of this volume is to both present and synthesize the best available evidence about the nature, causes, and effects of distributed school leadership.
The book also clarifies common misunderstandings about distributed leadership and identifies promising implications for practice and for future research. A third development may be an accommodation between distributed and individualistic approaches.
Another possible outcome is hybridity, the focus of the chapter. Hybrid leadership means mixed leadership patterns.
Employing data from a case study, this chapter explains why such patterns arise and how hybrid leadership operates. Buy Distributed Leadership According to the Evidence 1 by Leithwood, Kenneth, Mascall, Blair (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. Get this from a library. Distributed leadership according to the evidence. [Kenneth A Leithwood; Blair Mascall; Tiiu Strauss;] -- "Although not new, the concept of distributed (shared) leadership has re-emerged in recent years as one highly promising response to the complex challenges currently faced by schools.
Responding. With distributed leadership comes distributed accountability, it is not some open-ended approach to leadership, in fact the converse is true. When distributed leadership works well, individuals are accountable and responsible for their leadership actions; new leadership roles created, collaborative teamwork is the modus operandi and inter.
(a, p. xvii) in the preface to their book Distributed Leadership according to the Evidence, where they suggest that DL responds to the ‘decidedly unheroic’ leadership experienced by many within schools, as well as the ‘more complex mission facing schools’ and a growing appreciation of the importance of ‘informal’ by: Distributed Leadership in Organizations: A Review of Theory and Research ijmr_ Richard Bolden Centre for Leadership Studies, University of Exeter Business School, Rennes Drive, Exeter EX4 4ST, UK Corresponding author email: @ The aim of this paper is to review conceptual and empirical literature on the.
The purpose of this volume is to both present and synthesize the best available evidence about the nature, causes and effects of distributed school leadership. This book also clarifies common misunderstandings about distributed leadership and identifies promising implications for practice and for future research.
@contents:Distributed Leadership According to the Evidence K. Leithwood, B. Mascall, T. Strauss (Eds.) Chapter 1 Introduction: Distributed Leadership: New Perspectives on an Old Idea Section 1 Distributed Leadership: What It Is Chapter 2 Hybrid Leadership, Peter Gronn Chapter 3 Distributed Leadership: Paradigms, Policy and Paradox, John MacBeath.
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Comparative Models – The book compares various approaches to distributed leadership and examines the conditions under which some approaches may be better than others in improving schools.
Evidence-Based – Much of the popularity of distributed leadership is rooted in expectations unsupported by systematic empirical evidence.5/5(1). Gronn, PHybrid leadership. in K Leithwood, B Mascall & T Strauss (eds), Distributed Leadership According to the Evidence. Routledge, New York NY. booktitle = "Distributed leadership according to the evidence", publisher = "Routledge Press", Spillane, JP, Camburn, E & Pareja, ASSchool principals at work: A distributed perspective.
in Distributed leadership according to the by: Nevertheless, systematic evidence is modest, at best, about the factors that influence the nature and extent of distributed leadership in schools, as well as the consequences of distributed patterns of leadership for schools and by: Distributed leadership is a result of reflecting the cognizance on organizational management regarding the view that leadership roles and positions should be shared.
That is to say, distributed leadership addresses the entirety of human resources in organizations, especially the academic staff in educational organizations as Size: KB. 6 At the time, as well as our highest performing staff intuitively living the principles of distributed leadership, there was an increasing external evidence base that distributed leadership.
Book Editor(s) Kenneth A. Leithwood, Blair Mascall, Tiiu Strauss Date Publisher Routledge Pub place Abingdon, New York ISBNISBN, eBook. Access the eBook. A distributed leadership pattern, drawing on three main groups – senior and middle management leaders, and other collaborators – facilitates the navigation of the river, mindful of the ebbs, flows, and currents.
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Leithwood, B. Mascall, T. Strauss (Eds.) Chapter 1 Introduction: Distributed Leadership: New Perspectives on an Old Idea Section 1 Distributed Leadership: What It Is Chapter 2 Hybrid Leadership, Peter Gronn Chapter 3 Distributed Leadership: Paradigms, Policy and Paradox, John MacBeath Section 2 How .The purpose of this volume is to both present and synthesize the best available evidence about the nature, causes and effects of distributed school leadership.
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