International Journal of Public Leadership: Volume 18 Issue 1


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Does regional reorganization have implications on socio-economic development? Understanding Ghana's experience

Anthony Nkrumah Agyabeng

The study aimed at examining the regional reorganization and its implications on socio-economic development on the people of Oti region, Ghana.

An analysis of groupthink and decision making in a collectivism culture: the case of a public organization in Tanzania

Crecencia Godfrey Tarmo, Faisal H. Issa

Groupthink happens in-group decision-making processes whereby members of a group prematurely arrive at a decision that may indicate consensus but for the aim of protecting group…


Exploring organisational governance awareness among public hospitals' governance actors in Malawi: a qualitative study

Andrew Munthopa Lipunga, Betchani Henry M. Tchereni, Rhoda Cynthia Bakuwa

Sound organisational governance does not occur naturally; it is a product of effective awareness. This study aims to examine the level of governance awareness among public…

Creating a sustainable model for stroke system change

Elizabeth Linkewich, Shelley Sharp, Denyse Richardson, Jocelyne McKellar

The purpose of this paper is to develop an infrastructure and leadership capacity for a sustainable approach to collaborative change in a complex health-care system.

Leadership on the run: time management among deputy ministers in Canada

Patrice Dutil, Andrea Riccardo Migone

The authors examine the time allocation and management of deputy ministers (DMs) in Canada.

Unorthodox public leadership: the case study of an atypical approach to crisis in Iceland

Arelia E. Gudmundsdottir, Svala Gudmundsdottir

This paper aims to present the case of Jón Gnarr's leadership as he served as a mayor of Reykjavík, the capital of Iceland. The authors’ view is that his leadership style…

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