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Chew Y, Mohamed Zainal S R. (2022). Building a Resilient Change-Oriented Virtual Leadership Framework for the Higher Education Sector: A Narrative Review. johepal. 3(4), 135-141. doi:10.52547/johepal.3.4.135
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Abstract:   (1633 Views)
  • The Covid-19 pandemic has forced many institutions to convert to the virtual work model in the blink of an eye, protecting the health of students and employees while maintaining digital productivity.
  • Many pedagogues in higher education institutions reported that their remote work experience during the pandemic lacked leadership support and training, especially in the areas of information technology competencies.
  • This issue clearly indicates that leadership and management were unprepared to deal with virtual transformation when the dynamic external influence calls for a virtual change.
  • This paper uses a narrative review method to explore the historical context of telecommuting and critically review the development of virtual leadership literature in higher education, which finally leads to formation of a comprehensive virtual leadership conceptual framework that could be utilised in future research.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2022/06/23 | Accepted: 2022/11/12 | Published: 2022/12/31

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