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What is Leadership Strategy Formation

Business Models to Promote Technology, Culture, and Leadership in Post-COVID-19 Organizations
Is a coordinated set of activities undertaken by leadership and designed to help firms outperform their competition to achieve above-average returns and profitability.
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Leadership and Strategic Decision Making Under Exogenous Shocks Such as COVID-19
Jim A. McCleskey (Western Governors University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-4358-3.ch005
This manuscript addresses three topics relevant to the field of leadership and strategy. The topics include the effect of individual and group decision processes on leadership decision-making, the newest directions and developments in the strategic leadership literature, and the effect of exogenous shocks such as COVID-19 on leadership decision-making. It includes a thematic literature review on individual and group processes in leadership decision-making. It addresses affective and cognitive processes, cognitive biases and heuristics, group decision-making, and affective and cognitive processes in individual decision-making. It describes the latest literature on strategic leadership decisions under uncertainty and artificial intelligence as an aid to decision-making. It includes a discussion of exogenous shocks such as COVID-19 on strategic leader decision-making. It also describes the impact of exogenous shocks on small and medium-sized enterprises, crisis management, stress on decision-makers, effective decision-makers, and leader behaviors that impact crisis decision-making.
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