NOLEGEIN- Journal of Leadership & Strategic Management <p><strong>NOLEGEIN- Journal of Leadership &amp; Strategic Management </strong>is a peer reviewed journal and provides a platform to discuss new issues in the area of Strategic Management process. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing papers introducing or elaborating on Management decisions and Corporate strategy. It's a biannual journal, started in 2018. </p> en-US [email protected] (Journal Manager) [email protected] (Admin) Wed, 10 Jan 2024 10:23:49 +0000 OJS 60 Review on the Importance of Staying Organizational Behavior <p><em>Organizational behavior plays a crucial role in the success of any business, as it encompasses various aspects of how individuals and groups interact within an organization. This research paper explores the importance of staying organizational behavior, focusing on its impact on employee performance, job satisfaction, and organizational culture. The study will examine the relationship between organizational culture, leadership behavior, and job satisfaction, highlighting the significance of understanding and promoting a positive organizational culture to foster a healthy work environment and enhance employee well-being. Furthermore, the paper will discuss the role of organizational values in shaping the business landscape and influencing competitive dynamics within an industry, emphasizing the importance of aligning employees with organizational values to drive success. By providing a comprehensive analysis of the importance of staying organizational behavior, this research paper aims to contribute to the ongoing discourse on organizational culture, leadership behavior, and job satisfaction, and to emphasize the need for effective organizational behavior strategies in fostering a productive and harmonious work environment. The goal of this thorough examination of organizational behavior is to make a significant contribution to the current conversation on leadership conduct, organizational culture, and work satisfaction. The statement underscores the need to implement organizational behavior methods that surpass superficial concerns and delve into the nuances of employee relationships, leadership impact, and the broader cultural context. This research paper aims to highlight the critical role that organizational behavior plays in creating a positive, productive work environment and, ultimately, in ensuring the long-term viability of businesses in the fast-paced, fiercely competitive business world of today. It does this by offering a sophisticated understanding of these factors</em></p> Mansora Farahmand Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Leadership & Strategic Management Tue, 30 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Relevance of Existentialism and Education System in Current Scenario: An Analysis <p><em>Existentialism is primarily a reaction and protests all rationalistic and speculative ideologies. It emphasizes human existence and distinctive human characteristics. It signifies the restoration of man to himself and summons him to confront the problems and to realize the opportunities of his existence as a "concrete individual." Existentialism is a philosophy that deals with self-identification and the meaning of life via free will, choice, and individual responsibility. Existentialism can be both theistic and atheistic. Theistic existentialists view God as "the source of one's being," "the foundation of all being," and "one's ultimate concern." Man comprehends his spiritual essence and the existence of the divine as he gains a deeper understanding of himself. Existentialism began to gain popularity and support from several highly innovative and influential writers and philosophers in the early 20th century. Numerous academicians and authors are currently attempting to analyze and comprehend existentialism in all its forms and manifestations. Consequently, the concepts and problems of existentialism have been extensively examined and discussed, if not exhaustively. Nonetheless, the primary concern appears to be whether existentialism is still applicable today. Today, man's existence is in jeopardy; he is miserable and has regressed. Protecting man's existence, rescuing him from despondency, and guiding his development are essential. Existentialist ideas and, more importantly, their educational implications acquire a great deal of significance under these conditions, as education is viewed as a crucial instrument for resolving problems in modern society. Existentialism may fight against all elements that threaten human existence and tend to dehumanize society through its ideas and educational initiatives. This explains why the problem selected for the current investigation was chosen. The precise title of this investigation is "A Critical Analysis of the Existentialist View of Education and Its Implications for Human Existence and Progress." Possibly because the teacher-student relationship appears to be so fundamental to the concept of education, educational academics have frequently concentrated on how to characterize it. It is impossible to conceive of the educational process without considering both the individuals being educated and the teachers. Even though there are a variety of perspectives regarding the teacher's role in relation to the pupil, the lived experience of this relationship is, arguably, substantially less discussed. These questions are essential for comprehending what the teacher-student relationship entails on the one hand, as well as for considering what it feels like to be in one and the implications that can have for how we perceive ourselves and our responsibilities as instructors or students on the other</em>.</p> Wilson Chauhan, Dr. Shabina Khan Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Leadership & Strategic Management Fri, 29 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Innovative Business Practices for Sustainable Development <p><em>Organizations need to be reformed in order to provide the wealth used by a growing portion of the world's population. I trust you got my email. associated analysis of the paper Technology should play an important role in the economic transformation of society. But innovation needs to be integrated with social and organizational innovation. We need social change. Environmental design has been used in engineering design for over a decade. Its results are sometimes accused of being useless because the world does not see its importance in solving major (global) problems. The many degrees of technological development will be firstly sketched out in this study, ranging from</em></p> <ul> <li><em> Small-scale improvements to individual artifacts to</em></li> <li><em> major alteration to artifacts,</em></li> <li><em> Systems evolve,</em></li> <li><em> changes in production and consumption brought on by technological transitions</em></li> </ul> <p><em>It will highlight the key players in such breakthroughs and those who can work with the new procedure. It has been argued that the highest levels of technological development, the transitional level, are necessary to achieve long-term development because they have the greatest capacity for development. However, the change is not a good one. The literature on the effects of technological change is reviewed in this article. The new system is usually ineffective after the change has occurred. Its benefits in reducing resource use or pollution should be strengthened by less innovative strategies such as innovation and product optimization. The transition to sustainable development is often not possible because new systems must compete with existing developments and optimizations that are well below the learning curve, such as optimization through many technologies and innovations. Low inclusion of innovations, including those aimed at improving security, may hinder changes that could be better made by improving competitive (no progress) technologies. This article will give a few examples of this problem and offer some suggestions for improving government policy and business strategies in this regard. At the policy level, it is argued that creating jobs (scopes) for new technologies and products is particularly important because they create experimentation opportunities that can drive change.</em></p> Ganesh Radhakrishnan Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Leadership & Strategic Management Sat, 21 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Navigating Leadership Horizons: Strategies for 21st Century Organizations <p><em>The study explores the evolving landscape of leadership in contemporary organizations. Conducted exclusively through the analysis of secondary data, the research synthesizes existing insights on leadership strategies and their relevance in the dynamic context of the 21st century. The study examines into diverse sources, ranging from academic journals to industry reports, an extensive review of scholarly articles, industry publications, and case studies, the research synthesizes a wealth of information to provide a nuanced understanding of contemporary leadership challenges and opportunities to identify key trends, challenges, and innovative approaches in leadership. By scrutinizing the experiences of successful organizations, this research aims to make actionable strategies for leaders seeking to navigate the complex horizons of the modern business environment. Through a comprehensive examination of existing literature and empirical evidence, the study endeavors to contribute valuable insights that can inform and enhance leadership practices, encourage adaptability and success in the ever-changing organizational landscape of the 21st century. The study also identifies and analyzes emergent themes such as digital transformation, remote team management, diversity and inclusion, and the impact of global events on leadership paradigms. By drawing connections across diverse sources, this research aims to distill not only the current state of leadership but also to anticipate future trends, thereby equipping leaders with proactive strategies for sustained success. Additionally, the study investigates the role of emotional intelligence, agility, and ethical leadership in fostering organizational resilience. It examines how successful leaders leverage these attributes to navigate uncertainties, build cohesive teams, and drive innovation. The synthesis of insights from various sectors enriches the study's findings, offering a holistic perspective on effective leadership in the 21st century. In doing so, this research contributes a valuable resource for leaders, academics, and practitioners seeking evidence-based guidance to thrive in the ever-evolving landscape of contemporary organizations</em></p> Nasika Lakshmi Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Leadership & Strategic Management Fri, 29 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000 URBANIZATION IN INDIA: A REFLECTIVE STUDY FOR CAUSES <p><em>Urbanization is not just a modern phenomenon; rather, it is a historic and swift change of human social roots occurring all over the world, with a rapid replacement of predominantly rural culture with predominantly urban culture. </em><em>The adoption of a mixed economy by India resulted in the expansion of the private sector and the acceleration of urbanization. In India, urbanization is happening fairly quickly. </em><strong><em>Objective:</em></strong><em> to study the causes of Urbanization.<strong> Methodology: </strong></em><em>This study is descriptive in nature, relying on secondary sources such as census reports, books, articles, websites, and web-based journals published at various eras.</em><em> <strong>Results and Discussion:</strong> Different causes for urbanization and its effects on us are discussed. <strong>Conclusion: </strong>There are numerous reasons why an area is becoming more urbanized. Urbanization is a result of development, modernization, and migration and is indicative of periodic changes in technology, institutions, education, communication, industry, and organization. Modernization, characterized by advancements in technology and changes in societal structures, is another pivotal driver of urbanization. Cities become centers of innovation and progress, attracting individuals seeking access to education, healthcare, and a more sophisticated lifestyle. The rise of industries and the demand for skilled labor intensify the urbanization trend, transforming traditional landscapes into bustling metropolises.</em> <em>Urbanization is indicative of periodic changes across various facets of society. Technological advancements influence the urban landscape, with smart cities emerging as a consequence of innovation. Institutions adapt to accommodate the growing urban population, leading to changes in governance, social structures, and public services. Education, too, undergoes transformation, with urban centers often hosting prestigious educational institutions that attract students and researchers. </em></p> Ram Krishna Mandal, Mr. Devadhar Sengdo Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Leadership & Strategic Management Wed, 27 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0000