The way forward: collaborative organisational decision-making
by Abeni El-Amin; Janet Marks Hill; Saundra Johnson Austin; Quinton L. Marks
International Journal of Innovation in Education (IJIIE), Vol. 7, No. 1, 2021

Abstract: The focus of this deliberation is to analyse how educational leaders intentionally implement the politics of organisational decision-making. Leadership decision-making affects organisational effectiveness and determines how leaders forge alliances, influence, build trust, manage assets, empower, reproduce, encourage stakeholders to buy into the vision, incorporate deference for timing, promote explosive growth, and build a legacy. Given is an analysis of the requirement for senior leadership and predecessors to create succession plans. Moreover, as educational organisations face significant difficulties and pressure, organisational changes are often made with the most significant impacts felt by stakeholders. Explored is how decisions leaders make either create conflict or provide exceptional practice.

Online publication date: Tue, 11-May-2021

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