Emilie Gibeau

Emilie Gibeau
Royal Military College of Canada · Department of Management and Economics

Ph.D.

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10
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Citations since 2016
5 Research Items
32 Citations
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Additional affiliations
September 2011 - August 2016
HEC Montréal - École des Hautes Études commerciales
Position
  • PhD Student

Publications

Publications (10)
Article
Collective leadership arrangements in which two people jointly occupy a shared leadership role space are often thought to enable the bridging of competing demands and sources of expertise and legitimacy in pluralistic settings where multiple institutional logics coexist. This research investigates 20 co-leadership dyads in health care organizations...
Chapter
While co-leadership, defined as a situation in which two people share leadership roles, may seem improbable because of the possibilities for conflict and organizational difficulties, it exists in many contexts and has proven successful. In this chapter, we define the phenomenon, outline where it is likely to occur and why, describe the configuratio...
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From originally being centered around and managed by the professionals themselves, some professional organizations such as health care systems evolved progressively through the integration of management professionals to physicians being represented by only one individual on the top management team. Some efforts are currently deployed to bring medic...
Article
Tout comme d’autres organisations de type professionnel, les organisations de santé et de services sociaux recherchent des moyens d’intégrer les préoccupations professionnelles dans les préoccupations de gestion afin d’offrir de meilleurs services. La cogestion est un des moyens récemment introduits dans plusieurs organisations au Québec. Cet artic...

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