Computational models for studying leadership modes

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Pusha Publishing House
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Far East Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 2010, 38 (1), pp. 121 - 136
Issue Date:
2010-01
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Computational models for studying the effects of permanent and rotating leadership on the performances of teams that have full interaction among team members are proposed. In each model, the leader performs both leading roles and regular tasks as an ordinary team member. Permanent leadership refers to the situation when a team has only one leader for the entire time the team exists while rotating leadership refers to the situation when every team member rotates for the leader position. Computer simulations are used for examining the effects of the parameters in these models such as the amount of time the team exists for, the learning ability of a member, and the skill level of the leader on the expected team performance.
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