Leadership équilibré : du meilleur usage du leadership personnel et d’équipe dans les projets

Publication à venir

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Dirigée par

Nathalie Drouin

Shankar Sankaran

Ralf Müller

PRÉSENTATION DU LIVRE

L’équipe de chercheurs internationnaux a mené 249 entrevues dans le cadre de 54 études de cas effectuées dans neuf pays (Australie, Canada, Chine, Inde, Lituanie, Afrique du Sud, Norvège, Suède et Hollande) et a produit un livre blanc.

L’équipe travaille depuis plusieurs années sur la question de l’équilibre du leadership. Le livre qui présente le fruit de ces travaux sera publié par Oxford University Press prochainement.

 

Müller, R., Sankaran, S. et Drouin, N. Balanced Leadership: Making the Best Use of Personal and Team Leadership in Projects. Oxford University Press (à paraître 2020).

Publications et conférences

Livres et chapitres de livres

Müller, R., Sankaran, S. et Drouin, N. (À paraitre). Balanced Leadership: Making the Best Use of Personal and Team Leadership in Projects. Oxford University Press.

Müller, R., Packendorff, J., et Sankaran, S. (2017). Balanced Leadership: A New Perspective for Leadership in Organizational Project Management. In Sankaran, S., Müller, R., et Drouin, N. (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Organizational Project Management (180-193). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

 

Kvalnes, Ø. (2020). Balanced Leadership. In Digital Dilemmas: Exploring Social Media Ethics in Organizations (pp. 73–75). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave MacMillan. 

 

 

Articles dans une revue avec comité de lecture

Wu, G., Li, L., Müller, R., Liu, B., Wang, Q., et Zhou, S. (n.d.). Horizontal-leader identification in construction project teams in China: How Guanxi impacts coworkers’ perceived justice and turnover intentions. Project Management Journal (to appear).

Liu, B., Wu, G., Müller, R., Chen, H., et Li, L. (2021). Exploring the Effects of Horizontal Leaders’ Presence on Team Members’ Job Burnout: A Moderated Mediation Model, Journal of Management in Engineering, 37 (6)

Alonderienė, R., Müller, R., Pilkienė, M., Šimkonis, S., et Chmieliauskas, A. (2020). Transitions in Balanced Leadership in Projects: The case of horizontal leaders. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.

Sankaran S., Müller, R. et Drouin, N.  (2020). An action research evaluation of a collaborative research project on balanced leadership in projectsInternational Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 14(1), 205-230.

Vaagaasar, A., et Müller, R. (2020). Balansert lederskap. Magma, (7), 54–61.

Graham, P., Nikolova, N., et Sankaran, S. (2020). Tension Between Leadership Archetypes: Systematic Review to Inform Construction Research and Practice. Journal of Management in Engineering, 36(1).

Sankaran, S., Vaagaasar, A. L., et Bekker, M. C. (2019). Assignment of project team members to projects: Project managers’ influence strategies in practice. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business,13(6), 1381–1402.

Zhu, F., Wang, L., Sun, M., Sun, X., et Müller, R. (2019). Influencing factors of horizontal leaders’ role identity in projects: A sequential mixed method approach. International Journal of Project Management, 37(4), 582–598.

Drouin, N., Müller, R. et Sankaran, S. (2018). Balancing vertical and horizontal leadership in projects: Empirical studies from Australia, Canada, Norway and Sweden. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business. 11(4), 986-1006.

Yu, M., Vaagaasar, A.L., Müller, R., Wang, L., et Zhu, F. (2018). Empowerment: the key to horizontal leadership in project teams. International Journal of Project Management, 36(7), 992-1006.  

Pilkienė, M., Alonderienė, R., Chmieliauskas, A., Šimkonis, S. et Müller, R. (2018). The governance of horizontal leadership in projects. International Journal of Project Management, 36(7), 913-924.

Müller, R., Zhu, F., Sun, X., Wang, L., et Yu, M. (2018). The identification of temporary horizontal leaders in projects: International Journal of Project Management, 36(1), 95-107.

Müller, R., Sankaran, S., Drouin, N., Vaagaasar, A., Bekker, M. C., et Jain, K. (2018). A theory framework for balancing vertical and horizontal leadership in projects. International Journal of Project Management, 36(1), 83-94.

 

Publications dans des actes de colloque

Sankaran, S., Müller, R. et Drouin, N. (2019). Developing actionable knowledge and leadership theory in project management through a collaborative research project. 19th EURAM Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, June 26 – 28.

Agarwal, U. A., Dixit, V., et Jain, K. (2019). Exploring the Role of Organisational Practices in Influencing Horizontal Leadership in Projects: A Study of Indian Organizations. In Proceedings of the PMI India Research et Academic Conference 2019, February 28 – March 2, 2019, Thiruvananthapuram, India.

Sankaran, S., Vaagaasar, A. L., et Bekker, M. C. (2018). Nominating project team members with a potential to take on leadership roles in projects. In Proceedings of EURAM Conference 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 20-22.

 

Müller, R., Sankaran, S., et Drouin, N. (2018). Horizontal Leadership’s Influence on Project Success and the Role of the Cognitive Space. In Proceedings of EURAM Conference 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 20-22.

 

Müller, R., Sankaran, S., Drouin, N., Vaagaasar, A. L., Bekker, M. C., et Jain, K. (2017). A theory framework for balancing vertical and horizontal leadership in projects. In Proceedings of the IRNOP 2017 Conference. June 12-14, 2017, Boston, MA, USA.

Drouin, N., Müller, R., Sankaran, S., Vaagaasar, A. L., Nikolova, N. et Jain, K.  (2017). Balanced Leadership in Projects: Building a socio-cognitive-space as an Organizational Capability. The “Project Hat.” In Proceedings of the IRNOP 2017 Conference. June 12-14, 2017, Boston, MA, USA.

Müller, R., Zhu, F., Sun, X., Wang, L., et Yu, M. (2017). The identification of temporary horizontal leaders in projects: The case of China. In Proceedings of the IRNOP 2017 Conference. June 12-14, 2017, Boston, MA, USA.

Agarwal, U. A., Dixit, V., Jain, K., Sankaran, S., Nikolova, N., Müller, R., et Drouin, N. (2017). Exploring Vertical and Horizontal Leadership in Projects: A comparison of Indian and Australian contexts. In Proceedings of the PMI India Project Management Research and Academic Conference. March 2 – 4, 2017, Delhi, India.

Zhu, F. Sun, M. Sun, X. (2017). ” Horizontal leader’s role identity in projects: A research based on qualitative comparative analysis”, in Proceedings of The 12th (2017) Annual Meeting of Chinese Academy of Management, October 27-29, 2017, Tianjin, China.

Zhu, F. Sun, M. Sun, X. (2017). ” Influencing factors of horizontal leader’s role identity in projects: A fuzzy-set approach”, in Proceedings of the Forum on Case-based and Qualitative Research in Business Administration in China, November 10 – 12, 2017, Wuhan, China.

Müller, R., Nikolova, N., Sankaran, S., Zhu, F., Xu, X., Vaagaasar, A. L., et Drouin, N. (2016). Leading Projects by Balancing Vertical and Horizontal Leadership –International Case Studies. In Proceedings of EURAM 2016 (European Academy of Management Conference). June 1 – 4, 2016, Paris, France.

Müller, R., Vaagaasar, A. L., Nikolova, N., Sankaran, S., et Drouin, N.(2015). “The socio-cognitive space for linking horizontal and vertical leadership”. In Proceedings of the APROS/EGOS Conference 2015, December 9-11, 2015, Sydney, Australia.

 

Livres blancs

Müller, R., Drouin, N., et Sankaran, S. (2018). Balancing person-centric and team-centric leadership in projects. Newtown Square, PA, USA: Project Management Institute.

 

Autres publications

Sankaran, G. (2018). Balanced leadership: A new way to lead for project success. The CEO Magazine. 2018-12-10.

 

Thèses

Aartun, D. B., et Særsland, A. E. (2019). Daring to Dream: Leadership practices in Norway’s U20 National Football Team. BI Norwegian Business School.

 

En relecture

Drouin, N., Vaagaasar, A. L., Sankaran, S., et Müller, R. Balancing Leadership in Projects: The role of the socio-cognitive space (en relecture)

Lil, L., Müller, R., Liu, B., Wang, Q., Zhou, S. et Wu, G. Horizontal-leader Identification in Construction Project Teams in China: How Guanxi Impacts Coworkers’ Perceived Justice and Turnover Intentions (en relecture).

 

Mots clés

Leadership

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