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Corporate culture as the driver of transit leadership practices Davis, Mary J

By: Davis, Mary JPublication details: Washington DC Transit Cooperative Research Program, 2003; TCRP synthesis 47, Description: 91 sISBN: 0309069610Subject(s): USA | Public transport | Management | Policy | Communication | Personnel | Decision process | Questionnaire | 111Online resources: Publikation/Publication Bibl.nr: VTI P1856:47Location: Abstract: This report of the Transportation Research Board will be of interest to transit staff interested in implementing leadership development initiatives at their agencies. Current practices, major issues, trends, and innovations related to the use of corporate culture as the driver in hiring, developing, evaluating, and retaining a leadership team, within and outside the transit industry were documented for this synthesis. The report discusses the state of the practice in leadership recruitment, development, evaluation, and retention. It reports on innovative approaches to the problems faced in today’s work environment in transit and other industries. This synthesis also covers the manner in which corporate culture affects the hiring, development, evaluation, and retention of the top management team.
Item type: Reports, conferences, monographs
Holdings: VTI P1856:47

This report of the Transportation Research Board will be of interest to transit staff interested in implementing leadership development initiatives at their agencies. Current practices, major issues, trends, and innovations related to the use of corporate culture as the driver in hiring, developing, evaluating, and retaining a leadership team, within and outside the transit industry were documented for this synthesis. The report discusses the state of the practice in leadership recruitment, development, evaluation, and retention. It reports on innovative approaches to the problems faced in today’s work environment in transit and other industries. This synthesis also covers the manner in which corporate culture affects the hiring, development, evaluation, and retention of the top management team.

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