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New England College    
 
    
 
  Sep 21, 2017
 
2016-2017 Graduate and Professional Studies Programs

CT 5110 - Organizational Leadership in Technology


This course combines theory and practice by encouraging students to learn traditional and contemporary leadership theories and apply them to the analysis of the behavior of leaders, colleagues, and subordinates in a technological environment.  Through a variety of readings, cases, and exercises, students will examine numerous effective leadership models.  Topics include the evolution of leadership; the special qualities of leadership appropriate to information technology, the leadership roles of strategy, vision and transformational change; the development of leaders; the leadership responsibilities of creating effective teams, organizations and cultures; the exploration of different leadership styles; the application of leadership skills required for successful IT project management, and current popular approaches to leadership theory. (4 Credits)