Chaos, Complexity and Leadership 2018 [E-Book] : Explorations of Chaotic and Complexity Theory / edited by Şefika Şule ERÇETİN, Şuay Nilhan AÇIKALIN
Açıkalın, Şuay Nilhan, (Herausgeber)
Erçetin, Şefika Şule, (Herausgeber)
1st edition 2020.
Cham : Springer, 2020
XI, 291 pages 64 illustrations, 51 illustrations in color (online resource)
englisch
9783030276720
10.1007/978-3-030-27672-0
Springer Proceedings in Complexity
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Table of Contents:
  • Chapter1: Foreign Policy in a 'Networked World': Exploring Britain's Response to the Arab Uprisings
  • Chapter2: A New Method in the Analysis of Chaotic Systems: Scale Index
  • Chapter3: Reminiscence of Alija Izetbegovic and his leadership
  • Chapter4: Some Conceptual and Measurement Aspects of Complexity, Chaos and Randomness from Mathematical Point of View
  • Chapter5:The relationship between the stock markets: causality among G-8 countries and Turkey
  • Chapter6: The Color Revolutions of the Former User Countries in the Light of Chaos Theory
  • Chapter7: Brexit in the Light of Chaos Theory and Some Assumptions About the Future of the European Union
  • Chapter8: Intra-specific competition in prey can control chaos in a prey-predator model
  • Chapter9: Angela Merkel's Chancellor Democracy and the Leadership in Times of Crisis
  • Chapter10: Achilles' Heel of Strategic Management: Strategic Leadership in the Chaos Environment
  • Chapter11: The Effect of Measurement Error on Chaotic Time Series: AR Model
  • Chapter12: Energy Policy of European Union and Its Implications on Turkey
  • Chapter13: Customer Perception on Quality of Online Banking Services (With special reference SBI & ICICI Bank): A Study on Chaos and Complexity Perspective
  • Chapter14: Insightful Leadership
  • Chapter15: The Role of Trust in Principal in Readiness for Change within Schools
  • Chapter16: A Chaos Theory Perspective on Migration of Sub-Saharan Africans to Europe
  • Chapter17: Chaos in the Future: Artificial Intelligence as Strange Attractor of the Future
  • Chapter18: Financing Higher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Proposed Model based on the Experiences of Ugandan Higher Education Institutions and Exemplary Practices from the Asian Tigers
  • Chapter19: The Autophagic Leadership: Promoting Self-Renewal of Organizations
  • Chapter20: A Qualitative Research Related To the Analysis of the Chaotic Circumstances Effecting the Happiness of a Teacher
  • Chapter21: Analysis of Organizational Memory in the Context of School Administrators
  • Chapter22: A Way for Organizations to Cope with Uncertainty: Mimetic Isomorphism.