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Adaptive Leadership to Potential Industry for Competencies Development:A Case Study


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1 STEKOM, Semarang State University, Indonesia
2 Education Management Department, Semarang State University, Indonesia
     

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Most polytechnic develop their strategy around core competencies, especially regarding how to coordinate skills required in the industry. Adaptive leadership is needed in the lectures in polytechnic. The lecturer’s competencies are credited for the success or failure of polytechnic’s strategy development. The three types of leaders are as follows: (1) innovator, (2) implement or and (3) pacifier. Lectures in polytechnic search new ideas and produce the improved units in the potential industry as behavior of adaptive leadership for competencies development.

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Adaptive Leadership, Lectures in Polytechnic, Competencies Development.
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Authors

Unang Achlison
STEKOM, Semarang State University, Indonesia
Ari Tri Soegito
Education Management Department, Semarang State University, Indonesia
Samsudi
Education Management Department, Semarang State University, Indonesia
Sugiyo
Education Management Department, Semarang State University, Indonesia

Abstract


Most polytechnic develop their strategy around core competencies, especially regarding how to coordinate skills required in the industry. Adaptive leadership is needed in the lectures in polytechnic. The lecturer’s competencies are credited for the success or failure of polytechnic’s strategy development. The three types of leaders are as follows: (1) innovator, (2) implement or and (3) pacifier. Lectures in polytechnic search new ideas and produce the improved units in the potential industry as behavior of adaptive leadership for competencies development.

Keywords


Adaptive Leadership, Lectures in Polytechnic, Competencies Development.

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