|Home||<< 1 >>|
|Title||Kōkiri Whakamua: Fast-Tracking Māori Management.||Type||Report|
|Abstract||Our study highlighted that Māori managers, in a variety of organisations and contexts, brought their own unique approach to ensuring that the lessons and traditions of the past are recognised and upheld while visionary ways forward are pursued. Such vision, which honours the past in the service of preparing for the future, is a fundamental principle of their leadership.
Across the various contexts, Māori managers are committed to communal, spiritual and ecological development. This means that economic concerns are tied to cultural enrichment and the nourishment of the land and its people. From whānau to hapū to iwi, the Māori manager bases their leadership style on a sense of community and civic obligation, and seeks to take the wider collective into consideration. We identified five key strengths these managers drew upon
from Te Ao Māori to bring themselves as Māori to their work.
|Corporate Author||Thesis||Master's thesis|
|Publisher||Place of Publication||Editor|
|Call Number||TRM @ admin @||Serial||1181|
|Permanent link to this record