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Followers, Spread the Message! Predicting the Success of Swiss Politicians on Facebook and Twitter

Tobias R. Keller, Katharina Kleinen-von Königslöw
2018 Social Media + Society  
We complement previous definitions of politicians' success on social media through the lens of network media logic: Despite the lack of deliberation, some succeed in building large digital followerships  ...  Politicians have been criticized for not exploiting the deliberative potential of social media platforms.  ...  Through the lens of network media logic (Klinger & Svensson, 2015) , we argue that the premise for all these beneficial outcomes is a large digital followership (e.g., fans or followers) that actively  ... 
doi:10.1177/2056305118765733 fatcat:6h7gmrvfobbvvdecv23smguh5m

Leadership in Organizations: An Evolutionary Perspective [chapter]

Brian R. Spisak, Nigel Nicholson, Mark van Vugt
2011 Evolutionary Psychology in the Business Sciences  
In this chapter we discuss the potential of evolution to serve as a framework for unifying our understanding of leadership.  ...  Next, we discuss five methods for testing an evolution-based hypothesis of leadership and followership.  ...  Hybrid and control conditions were also part of the design. In addition to manipulating the situation dynamics, teams were assigned either a fictitious male or female leader of the group.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-92784-6_7 fatcat:kbvxp3rsl5hbndyuq7dqb4m5wi

Acquiring Social Media Influence: A Clubhouse Study

2022 European Journal of Business and Management  
The study revealed a well-planned logical process for acquiring influence, not just content creation posited by many scholars.  ...  This article adopts descriptive analysis to reveal how some Nigerian Clubhouse SMIs acquired influence/followership. The SMIs' were observed for 6 months.  ...  Influencers are logical and strategic in acquiring influence. H2. There is a practical, step-by-step method for acquiring influence. H3.  ... 
doi:10.7176/ejbm/14-10-10 fatcat:5ye6sdlsgrhqveeuderzz3zjv4

Utilizing Structural Network Positions to Diversify People Recommendations on Twitter

Ekaterina Olshannikova, Erjon Skenderi, Thomas Olsson, Sami Koivunen, Jukka Huhtamäki, Christos Troussas
2022 Advances in Human-Computer Interaction  
Consequently, this article proposes a social diversification strategy for recommending potentially relevant people based on three structural positions in egocentric networks: dormant ties, mentions of  ...  Such algorithmic approaches have been criticized for resulting in filter bubbles and echo chambers, calling for diversity-enhancing recommendation strategies.  ...  Following the call for diversifying social network structures, Sanz-Cruzado and Castells [52] proposed recommending weak ties derived from dynamic interactive networks (e.g., based on retweets or mentions  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/6584394 fatcat:zvldz2ylzncozc4mpt5cctixum

Exploring Values in Museum Artifacts in the SPICE project: a Preliminary Study

Nele Kadastik, Thomas Pedersen, Luis Bruni, Rossana Damiano, Antonio Lieto, Manuel Striani, Tsvi Kuflik, Alan Wecker
2022 Zenodo  
This document describes the rationale, the implementation and a preliminary evaluation of a semantic reasoning tool developed in the EU H2020 SPICE project to enhance the diversity of perspectives experienced  ...  The tool, called DEGARI 2.0 for values, relies on the commonsense reasoning framework TCL, and exploits an ontological model formalizing the Haidt's theory of moral values to associate museum items with  ...  The Research Executive Agency (REA) is not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6573617 fatcat:pxito7tbujctbdnrrifnc7ugr4

Corporate governance and strategic human resource management: Four archetypes and proposals for a new approach to corporate sustainability

Graeme Martin, Elaine Farndale, Jaap Paauwe, Philip G. Stiles
2016 European Management Journal  
The employee-ownership archetype is also a hybrid, drawing on democratic and market logics.  ...  to maintain a dynamic long-term stability in the firm.  ...  high skill levels and job security  investment in social capital as a source of innovation  employee voice  relational psychological with a high trust dynamic contract Hybrid SHRM approach, involving  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.emj.2016.01.002 fatcat:rdvvmumg55b6nhh7m7rkrsbvnq

A Network Analysis of Leadership Theory

Jeremy D. Meuser, William L. Gardner, Jessica E. Dinh, Jinyu Hu, Robert C. Liden, Robert G. Lord
2016 Journal of Management  
Based on their findings, Glynn and Raffaelli call for a strategy of theoretical integration moving towards "hybrid theories" as a recommendation for leadership scholars to advance the field.  ...  Our logic for setting a minimum of three theories for inclusion of an article as being "integrative" is that this appears to be an appropriate threshold for reflecting the type of integration we are seeking  ... 
doi:10.1177/0149206316647099 fatcat:27676eaeo5hrbkhmucfh5ji42e

The War on Terror: War or Metaphor? [chapter]

2016 The Ashgate Research Companion to Political Leadership  
Typologies are logical devices for the mental ordering of the universe of cases.  ...  There are also normative and empirical typologies, as well as those of a mixed or hybrid nature.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315613406-31 fatcat:l73gkd36hjhe3poaiowqxnuzdy

"Spirit or soul at work": Myth or dependable reality

George, B.M., Gabriel, J.M.O.
2013 International Journal of Development and Sustainability  
The other perspective is the ambit that views spirituality through the lens of spirituality leadership for spiritual survival in the leadership and followership continuum.  ...  Second, a distinction between spirituality and religion was made.  ...  Logically speaking, this informs the "inner search" or "soul search" for meaning or also a feeling of the sacred, without necessarily indulging in the rigors or protocols of religion.  ... 
doaj:b1b338f354b940f4b1a041b97eefa87d fatcat:k26e2sxpenco7cecfzcvai6v4u

Leadership cultures and discursive hybridisation

Lucia Crevani, Marianne Ekman, Monica Lindgren, Johann Packendorff
2015 International Journal of Public Leadership  
While such analyses show interesting dynamics, they present different institutional logics as they interact and are combined, thereby presuming that the logics themselves are not affected by such processes  ...  They perform followership in a traditional way by invoking a clear leader-follower distinction (cf Collinson, 2006; Grint, 2009 ) and emphasise the distance inherent in the dichotomy by employing a genre  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijpl-08-2015-0019 fatcat:xu3dbhmip5fszbkzwe4moaexb4

Leadership in, of, and for smart cities – case studies from Europe, America, and Australia

Alessandro Sancino, Lorraine Hudson
2020 Public Management Review  
Using a multi-case study research design and Mode 2 research (based upon collaboration between a scholar and a practitioner), we explore smart city initiatives in Europe (Amsterdam, Bristol, and Milton  ...  This paper analyses leadership in, of, and for smart cities.  ...  But Smart cities governance is intrinsically collaborative and hybrid.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14719037.2020.1718189 fatcat:bvdz43h2qrfjpprsfidv4modqi

Literature Survey on Interplay of Topics, Information Diffusion and Connections on Social Networks [article]

Kuntal Dey, Saroj Kaushik, L. Venkata Subramaniam
2017 arXiv   pre-print
This article is intended for researchers to identify the current literature, and explore possibilities to improve the art.  ...  The article concludes with a set of outlines of open problems and possible directions of future research interest.  ...  Proposes a dynamic Bayesian network for capturing information diffusion.  ... 
arXiv:1706.00921v1 fatcat:doqorr3v2zhq5oiemm5zhlmc3u

Re-possessing Africa, new approaches to leadership, governance and democracy: Critical implications for public policy

Ahmed Danfulani
2018 Journal of African Studies and Development  
pitch in the process for continental superstardom and immortality.  ...  There is no contemporary African leader who has seized the imagination of the continent, or who is showing a deep grasp of the crisis of colonial nations and underdevelopment on the continent making a  ...  ., Senior Lecturer, Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Abuja, for his valued views and suggestions at the different stages of the successive drafts.  ... 
doi:10.5897/jasd2018.0499 fatcat:5pmqjyvqtja73bghkpi44mh5ru

Personality in the Light of Identity, Reputation and Role Taking: A Review of Socioanalytic Theory

Troels Gottlieb, Adrian Furnham, Jeppe Brændskov Klewe
2021 Psychology  
defined both from the actor's and the observer's points of view: Identity is how an actor sees themselves and believes that others will perceive them; while reputation, is essentially how others evaluate a  ...  prerequisite for maintaining a good reputation and gain followership.  ...  Paradoxically, charisma seems to be both a prerequisite for followership and a risk factor for derailment (Hogan & Fico, 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.4236/psych.2021.1212123 fatcat:ifg6usjymbd4la2lmxre5tmkmy


2007 International Journal of Innovation Management  
The dynamics of each game are illustrated in Table 1 , which compares dominant logics of value creation and capture, levels of investment in innovation and capabilities, and so on.  ...  The dominant logic of innovation is centred on building integrated systems that meet demands for ever-rising performance.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s1363919607001618 fatcat:wiqlya44qvfndjnb4h5wakhjmy
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