The purpose of this paper is to identify constraints and possibilities to develop a value-based leadership in manufacturing using storytelling as a co-creative method and process.
A multi-site case study was conducted in which storytelling was used as a data collection tool and co-creative process to explore dimensions in the company’s cultures that could provide a deeper understanding about the constraints and possibilities that exist for developing value-based leadership in manufacturing.
Storytelling has a positive impact on leadership and communication highlighting important aspects of the organizational culture to support sustainable development and innovation.
This study demonstrates how storytelling can be used by leaders in manufacturing to build cultures of innovation and sustainability. And identifies constrains and possibilities for developing value-based leadership.
Snyder, K., Hedlund, C., Ingelsson, P. and Bäckström, I. (2017), "Storytelling: a co-creative process to support value-based leadership", International Journal of Quality and Service Sciences, Vol. 9 No. 3/4, pp. 484-497. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJQSS-02-2017-0009Download as .RIS
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