Sustaining governance: the case for leadership

Olaoye, Olanrewaju and Olaoye, Olanrewaju (2015) Sustaining governance: the case for leadership. In: Globalization, Investment, and Growth-Implications of Confidence and Governance. IGI Global, United States of America, pp. 218-228. ISBN 9781466682740

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Sustaining governance: The case for leadership.
This chapter has three core aims. First, to discuss the concepts of governance and leadership while drawing upon key literatures and qualitative data to make sense of the factors that can enable leadership to sustain governance systems. Second, the chapter explores the practice of leadership at the Greater London Authority (GLA) level in the United Kingdom (UK) in order to establish features synonymous with the practice of leadership. Third, the relations between governance and leadership are explored so as to better understand how the latter is employed in sustaining the governance process at the GLA level in the UK.
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This chapter has three core aims. First, to discuss the concepts of governance and leadership while drawing upon key literatures and qualitative data to make sense of the factors that can enable leadership to sustain governance systems. Second, the chapter explores the practice of leadership at the Greater London Authority (GLA) level in the United Kingdom (UK) in order to establish features synonymous with the practice of leadership. Third, the relations between governance and leadership are explored so as to better understand how the latter is employed in sustaining the governance process at the GLA level in the UK.

Keywords:Governance, Leadership, Greater London Authority (GLA)
Subjects:L Social studies > L430 Public Policy
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Social & Political Sciences
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Deposited On:04 Mar 2016 11:17

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