Nadeem Yousaf

Nadeem Yousaf
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MPhil (Cand.Polit)

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5
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4 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
September 2011 - March 2016
Independent Researcher
Independent Researcher
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
September 2011 - present
Niels Brock
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Education
August 1985 - June 1993
University of Bergen
Field of study
  • Administration and Organization

Publications

Publications (5)
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What is the best way to speak to your employees or your manager? How can you get your message across without sending any unintentional signals? Clues from gestalt communication. The importance of communication is an indisputable fact in organisations . Most conflicts occur or remain unresolved due to inappropriate communication that spoils mutual r...
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Purpose Transformational and transactional leadership have become a fascinating issue for research since the work of Burns (1978) and Bass (1990). The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the usefulness of the concept of transformational leadership using examples of political leadership from South Asia. It is argued that the construct of transform...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss the importance of mission and vision in the process of state development. Using the case of Pakistan, it will be argued that state organizations do not develop and find the right direction without outlining a clear mission and vision which will be beneficial to all citizens, who are the real stakeho...
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Purpose – Jinnah was, to some extent, a successful leader in obtaining his goals of becoming the only spokesperson for Muslims in India and gaining a piece of land for Pakistan but the main question is whether these achievements can be attributed to transactional or transformational strategies. Has he managed transactional or transformational chang...

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Projects (3)
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The argument of this paper is that citizen initiatives fail when leadership is consequential and the relationship between followers and leaders are personalized.
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The dimensions of Bass’ theory of transformational leadership are critically evaluated and it is argued that the researchers have ignored that the popular-successful leaders do not necessarily transformational, but they can be consequential leaders.
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The article discusses importance of mission and vision in the process of state development. Using the case of Pakistan, it will be argued that state organizations do not develop and find the right direction without outlining a clear mission and vision which will be beneficial to all citizens who are the real stakeholders. Historical analysis of Pakistan shows that vested interest politics blurs the mission and vision does not help to develop solid policies and practices of state building, nation building and State Development rather lead to confusion and identity crisis among people of a state. It is not a comparative study, however, it will open the door for further research and comparison for the future research. Moreover, the article partly answered the question that Quah (2013) raised in his work, why Singapore could overcome on corruption and not the other countries. Of course, overcoming on corruption is the first step to institution building and develop a state.