The Role of Culture and Leadership in the Evolution of Sustainability Partnerships

By:
Professor Siegfried Paul Gudergan
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In this paper, I present a model that investigates the role of culture and leadership in the evolution of sustainability partnerships. Drawing upon theories of culture, leadership and collaboration, I propose that alternative leadership behaviours have differential effects on the evolution of sustainability partnerships. Furthermore, the role of leadership behaviours is influenced by several cultural dimensions. Specifically, I argue that sustainability partnerships evolve differently given varying levels of individualism, uncertainty avoidance and power distance.


Keywords: Culture, Leadership, Sustainability Partnerships
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Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation in English
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Professor Siegfried Paul Gudergan

Professor, Faculty of Business, University of Technology, Sydney
Australia

Dr. Siegfried Gudergan is an Associate Professor within the Faculty of Business and the Deputy Director of ICAN Researcha Research Centre on Innovative Collaborations, Alliances & Networks, both within the University of Technology, Sydney. He holds a Ph.D. in Management from the Australian Graduate School of Management which was awarded by both the University of Sydney and University of New South Wales. His research has a focus on networks and alliances as well as on knowledge and innovation.

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