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Leadership and the italian social economy. The "Di Vittorio" case study

Langue: EN
Document available also in: IT

Posté par dino mancarella

 

Purpose – the aim of this paper is to define the characteristics of leadership in the social economy sector.


Design/methodology/approach – the paradigm is ecologic; the epistemology is naturalistic; the method is the Grounded Theory; the strategy is case-study; the technique is qualitative interviews.


Findings – there is a relevant difference between management and leadership, especially referring to the pedagogical research field. There is a huge gap between the topics/subjects ‘leadership’ and ‘social economy’. There is little literature that deals with these subject in this field.


Practical implications – the results of the present study offer some inputs about the attributes/competences that a leader in the social economy should have.


Originality/added value – This paper investigates the attributes of the social economy leaders through empirical qualitative research and in-depth interviews.

 

 

Keywords: leadership; management; social economy; competences

Author: Dino Mancarella (University of Florence Student, Academic Year 2018/19)

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Auteur(s) de la ressource: 
Dino Mancarella
Date de publication:
Vendredi, 25 Octobre, 2019
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Type de ressource: 
Études et rapports
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