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Metaphors for Leading – Leading by Metaphors (2019), Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 37073 Göttingen, ISBN: 9783847009153

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  • BEGINN
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Table of Contents
  • Body
  • Foreword
  • Metaphors for leading – leading by metaphors
  • The peer review process
  • Research justification
  • Susanne Krüger: Introduction to metaphor
  • References
  • Louise Kretzschmar: An ethical analysis of ˋbig man' and ˋinner ring' leadership in South Africa: The example of Jacob Zuma and the resistance of Thuli Madonsela
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 The metaphor of the ˋbig man' in South Africa
  • 3 An ˋinner ring' of supporters
  • 4 The formative factors and moral perils of ˋbig man' leadership
  • 5 The moral leadership of Thuli Madonsela
  • 6 Conclusion
  • References
  • Peirong Lin: From stealing someone's lunch to the inclusion of justice and care: A reflective follower's interpretation on the self-reliance of Singapore
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Emphasis of self-reliance in the development of Singapore by political leaders
  • 3 The self-agency of the followers in the overall leadership of Singapore
  • 4 Followers' evaluation of the metaphor “stealing someone else's lunch”
  • 5 The responsible self in society
  • 6 Conclusion
  • References
  • Dorothy Mmakgwale Farisani: Black South African women are not perpetual minors but hard rocks: Recognising leadership through metaphors
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 The plight of Black South African women and their response
  • 3 Metaphors bear testimony to leadership by Black South African women
  • 4 Perpetual minority of women: A legal concept contradicted by reality
  • 5 Challenging male primogeniture through the courts
  • 6 Conclusion
  • References
  • Solomon Kgatle: The cup and baptism: Metaphors of servant leadership in Mark 10:38–39
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 The context of Mark 10:38–39
  • 3 Possible meanings of “cup”
  • 4 The possible meanings of “baptism”
  • 5 Metaphors of servant leadership
  • 6 Conclusion
  • References
  • Eberhard Werner: Modelling inclusivist friendship in leadership
  • 1 Towards friendship as inclusive leadership
  • 2 The discourse of the Dis/Abled – “otherness” versus “normalcy”
  • 3 Leadership as friendship – The metaphor of the Golden Rule
  • 4 Expanding the metaphor of “normalcy” – inclusion: bridging the divide
  • 5 Conclusion – metaphor‍(s) of inclusion
  • References
  • Jack Barentsen: The pastor as entrepreneur? An investigation of the use and value of “entrepreneur” as metaphor for pastoral leadership
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Entrepreneurship in religious leadership
  • 3 “Entrepreneur” as a metaphor for religious leadership
  • 4 Survey and research plan
  • 5 Profile of the respondents
  • 6 Results in context
  • 7 Discussion: The value of the metaphor “entrepreneur”
  • References
  • Mathias Nell: Military metaphors we lead by: Paul's self-enactment as a field commander
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Military metaphors in Greco-Roman antiquity
  • 3 Paul's focus in using military metaphors
  • 4 Should (or may) leaders in a church context today still speak in military terms?
  • References
  • Thomas Kröck: Masters or midwives? The role of international development workers
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 A wide range of choices and metaphors
  • 3 Empirical Results
  • 4 Discussion
  • 5 Conclusion
  • References
  • Konstantin Schneider: Die Hebamme: Eine Leitbild-Metapher für das Leiten in Gemeinde aus theologischer Perspektive
  • English Summary
  • 1 Einleitung
  • 2 Metapher als Leitbild
  • 3 Die Hebamme aus der Perspektive der Hebammenkunde
  • 4 Die Hebamme aus der Perspektive der Theologie
  • 5 Chancen und Grenzen
  • 6 Fazit
  • Literaturnachweis
  • Elelwani Farisani: The role of the king in the Old Testament and its significance for modern leadership in Africa
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Kingship in the Ancient Near East and Israel
  • 3 The king as a leader in the Old Testament
  • 4 Significance of the kingship metaphor for modern leadership in Southern Africa
  • References
  • Peter Westphal: Resilient leadership through a system of unique and separated roles: King, Priest, and Prophet as metaphors for counter-balancing leadership functions in organisations
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 King
  • 3 Prophet
  • 4 Priest
  • 5 Tensions and balances between the three forms of leadership
  • 6 Conclusion
  • References
  • Christoph Stenschke: “Shepherd the Church of God” (Acts 20:28): Pastoral metaphors for leadership in the Bible
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Old Testament
  • 3 New Testament
  • 4 Implications
  • References
  • Emanuel Kessler: Herding bees: A metaphor for agile project management
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 “Classic” development
  • 3 Agile development
  • 4 Shepherd or beekeeper?
  • 5 Conclusion
  • References
  • Volker Kessler: Herding cats: A helpful metaphor for leading academic researchers
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Using metaphors from the world of animals
  • 3 Herding academic cats
  • 4 Andrew Wiles: an extraordinary academic cat
  • 5 Better suited than the metaphor ˋthe leader as gardener'
  • 6 Links to other leadership theories
  • 7 Limitation of the metaphor
  • 8 Conclusion
  • References
  • Nelus Niemandt: “Narraphors” in missional transformation of South African denominations: A herd of buffaloes
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Research methodology
  • 3 The role of leadership
  • 4 Impact of leadership in denominational transformation in South Africa
  • 5 A change in language
  • 6 Narraphor
  • 7 Narraphors in denominational transformation
  • 8 Conclusion
  • References
  • Christo Lombaard: Leading Lady: Lady Wisdom from the Hebrew Bible book of Proverbs as a metaphor for leadership
  • 1 Lady Wisdom
  • 2 Lady Wisdom, textually and contextually
  • 3 Leading Lady…
  • References
  • Martina Kessler: Der Mann als Metapher für Leiterschaft
  • English summary
  • 1 Einleitung
  • 2 Androzentrismus in der Theologie
  • 3 Die einengende Wirkung von Metaphern
  • 4 Das Problem
  • 5 Aktuelle Literaturlage
  • 6 Männliche und weibliche Leiterschaftsliteratur im Vergleich
  • 7 Fazit
  • Literaturnachweis
  • Johannes Reimer: The metaphor of father: A comparison of fatherly and paternalistic leadership in mission
  • 1 The image of the father in Christian missionary leadership – problem or chance?
  • 2 Paternalistic leadership
  • 3 Theology of paternal leadership
  • 4. From a father-centred to paternalistic leadership
  • 5 Father-centred leadership – biblical or patristic?
  • References
  • Johann Kornelsen: The flowing stream metaphor: Leading organisations towards strategic flexibility in a permanently changing world
  • 1 The flowing stream metaphor and organisation theory
  • 2 Method, analytical framework, and analysis
  • 3 The role of identity
  • 4 Conclusion and recommendations for action
  • References
  • Stefan Jung / Kristina Willjes: The agile organisation: New metaphors for an old concept?
  • 1 Becoming agile – Organisational responses to volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity
  • 2 Gareth Morgan's “Images of Organization” and the current discourse on agility
  • 3 The conceptual limits of the agile organisation
  • References

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