Phronesis: a strategic leadership virtue, D.Bourantas, 2008
Since Aristotle, phronesis has been understood as a significant moral category. In this article, we propose a model in which we describe the role practical wisdom can play for strategic leadership development. We specifically suggest that phronesis offers leaders opportunities for learning through experience, objectifying subjective insight and having an idealistic and multi-perspective vision and, substantially enhances their levels of self-concept, humility, and the ability of managing paradoxes, conditions that are critical to strategic leadership effectiveness.
(Επιμέλεια: Θαλής Παπαχρήστος)