Assessing Strategic Leadership in Organizations: Using Bibliometric Data to Develop a Holistic Model

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Journal of Business Research, 2022, 141, pp. 646-655
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The role of organizational leaders has transitioned over time, from being supervisory to strategic. This trend has been reflected in the literature, with research related to strategic leadership has risen swiftly in quantity but distributed across divergent academic fields. With increased automation and the move to a digital economy, organizational resources' leadership and strategic use are of critical significance. Hence, it is an appropriate time to put forward a wide-reaching review that identifies, summarizes, and integrates the already produced research while highlighting limitations in the field and future paths for research. We identified relevant articles published between 1985 and 2020. Applying systematic and content analysis, we highlight the core theories and methodologies used and propose a new all-encompassing strategic leadership model. This review served to identify significant gaps in the knowledge in terms of the theoretical orientation and the main content being studied.
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