His primary areas of investigation include Transactional leadership, Transformational leadership, Leadership studies, Social psychology and Organizational culture. James G. Hunt works on Transactional leadership which deals in particular with Servant leadership. His studies in Transformational leadership integrate themes in fields like Leadership style and Charismatic authority.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Field and Shared leadership. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Organizational effectiveness, Organization development and Organizational learning. His research integrates issues of Situational ethics, Authentic leadership, Affect display and Organisation climate in his study of Organizational culture.
James G. Hunt mostly deals with Management, Transactional leadership, Social psychology, Shared leadership and Leadership studies. His Transactional leadership research incorporates themes from Management science and Transformational leadership. The concepts of his Transformational leadership study are interwoven with issues in Charisma and Charismatic authority.
His research in Shared leadership focuses on subjects like Organizational effectiveness, which are connected to Organizational citizenship behavior and Organizational culture. His Leadership studies study incorporates themes from Field and Zeitgeist. His Leadership style research focuses on subjects like Knowledge management, which are linked to Organizational commitment.
James G. Hunt mainly investigates Management, Transactional leadership, Shared leadership, Leadership style and Social psychology. His work on Organizational studies as part of general Management study is frequently connected to Superman, Key, Magic and Geography, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Shared leadership research integrates issues from Servant leadership, Leadership and Ethical leadership.
James G. Hunt interconnects Strategic leadership, Leadership studies and Leadership development in the investigation of issues within Servant leadership. He combines subjects such as Cross-cultural, Situational leadership theory, Perception and Transformational leadership with his study of Ethical leadership. Social psychology is closely attributed to Organizational culture in his study.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Sample, Management, Degree and Demographic economics. His study in Ethical leadership, Servant leadership, Neuroleadership, Shared leadership and Transactional leadership falls under the purview of Social psychology. Sample combines with fields such as Occupational mobility and Prestige in his work.
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Leadership: A New Synthesis
James G. Hunt.
Toward a contextual theory of leadership
Richard N Osborn;James G Hunt;Lawrence R Jauch.
Leadership Quarterly (2002)
Managing Organizational Behavior
John R. Schermerhorn;James G. Hunt;Richard Osborn.
Leadership: The Cutting Edge.
Ned Rosen;James G. Hunt;Lars L. Larson.
Industrial and Labor Relations Review (1979)
Organizational adaptation to institutional change: A comparative study of first-order change in prospector and defender banks
Susan J. Fox-Wolfgramm;Kimberly B. Boal;James G.Jerry Hunt.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1998)
Leadership Complexity and Development of the leaderplex Model
Robert Hooijberg;James G. (Jerry) Hunt;George E. Dodge.
Journal of Management (1997)
Leadership : the cutting edge : a symposium held at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, October 27-28, 1976
James G. Hunt;Lars L. Larson.
Transformational/charismatic leadership's tranformation of the field
James G Hunt.
Leadership Quarterly (1999)
Emotional labor and leadership: A threat to authenticity?
William L. Gardner;Dawn Fischer;James G. (Jerry) Hunt.
Leadership Quarterly (2009)
Environment and Organizational Effectiveness.
Richard N. Osborn;James G. Hunt.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1974)
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