Qualitative research as the cornerstone methodology for understanding leadership

Conger, Jay A.
March 1998
Leadership Quarterly;Spring98, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p107
Academic Journal
Opinion. Examines the efficacy of employing qualitative research in understanding the leadership process. Overview of qualitative studies; Importance of qualitative research to leadership studies; Aspects of observation used in leadership research.


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