Esther Ewurafuah Sackey, Ph.D. is a 2021 graduate of the PHD Program in Leadership and Change at Antioch University.
Esther Sackey at her Dissertation Defense.
From L-R: Dr. Aqeel Tirmizi, Committee Chair, Dr. Lemuel Watson, Committee Member, Dr. Jon Wergin, Committee Member.
- Aqeel Tirmizi, Ph.D., Committee Chair
- Jon Wergin, Ph.D., Committee Member
- Lemuel Watson, Ph.D., Committee Member
organizational performance, nonprofit organizations, participatory communication, systems leadership, empowerment
This dissertation seeks to include systems leadership and participatory communication as facilitators of the elements that enhance dynamic organizational capabilities to improve performance. The study employs the normative theory-building process to show how systems leadership and participatory communication can facilitate and enhance dynamic capabilities. Specifically, this dissertation offers an integrative model that combines systems leadership, participatory communication, and dynamic capabilities. The proposed integrative model is accompanied by a series of propositions that extend the dynamic capabilities theory through the integration of systems leadership and participatory communication. The potential relevance and application of the proposed model are demonstrated through multiple case examples. The study may also guide nonprofit and for-profit organizations on improving performance through leadership skills, effective communication, and enhanced dynamic capabilities. This dissertation is available in open access at AURA (https://aura.antioch.edu/) and OhioLINK ETD Center.
Sackey, E. E. (2021). Strengthening Organizational Performance through Integration of Systems Leadership, Participatory Communication, and Dynamic Capabilities. https://aura.antioch.edu/etds/739
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