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Leadership and Workplace Culture in the Digital Era

Leadership and Workplace Culture in the Digital Era
Author(s)/Editor(s): Ebtihaj Al-A'ali (University of Bahrain, Bahrain)and Meryem Masmoudi (Applied Science University, Bahrain)
Copyright: ©2023
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-5864-8
ISBN13: 9781668458648
ISBN10: 1668458640
EISBN13: 9781668458662


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Digital technologies are transforming the world, especially within the business realm. There is a need to comprehend the changes related to digital transformation for both the present and future. Such comprehension enables businesses to achieve success and sustainability. It is of the utmost importance that business leaders are both aware of this digital transformation, and that they shape their leadership strategies and approaches accordingly.

Leadership and Workplace Culture in the Digital Era explores leadership changes in light of the advancements in the digital era. It further discusses the role of leadership in relation to business strategies and investigates future leadership styles and their implementation. Covering topics such as technological stress, employee commitment, and leadership development, this premier reference source is an essential resource for business executives and managers, human resource managers, IT managers, government officials, students and faculty of higher education, librarians, researchers, and academicians.

Reviews and Testimonials

"The book covers various aspects of digitalization. It allows students and professors to get a complete picture of this process, business practitioners to find new ideas and ways to overcome difficulties, determine what and how to do more productively in order to achieve success in introducing new technologies and involving people in their use."

– Prof. Evgeny Rudnev, Moscow Economic Institute, Russia

Author's/Editor's Biography

Ebtihaj Al-A'ali (Ed.)
Dr. Ebtihaj Al A’Aali is an associate professor. She worked for University of Bahrain. She holds a Ph.D. In Industrial Psychology and Industrial Sociology from University of Lancaster in the United Kingdom. Her research interests are mainly women in management, Organizational Behavior, Organizational theory, Business Ethics , management change and Islamic philosophy. She published many articles in different journals. She as well co-edited two books published by IGI Global.

Meryem Masmoudi (Ed.)
Meryem Masmoudi is Assistant Professor of Management at the Applied Science University, Kingdom of Bahrain. She holds a PhD in Management from University of Tunis (2013). She has been involved in teaching and research in the areas of management, organizational change and development and management science. Meryem has published research papers in top international refereed journals (ANOR, JORS, ITOR, INFOR). She is a member of the International Society on Multiple Criteria Decision Making, the Tunisian Decision Aid Society and INFORMS Bahrain International Group.


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