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The technical master’s thesis at the Northern Technical University discusses strategic improvisation and organizational leadership, relationship, and impact

A technical master’s thesis was researched at the Administrative Technical College / Mosul, specializing in business management techniques tagged (strategic improvisation, organizational leadership, relationship, and impact / a survey of the opinions of a sample of administrative leaders in private universities in the governorates of Nineveh and Kirkuk)
The thesis submitted by the student (La’aa Abdullah Younes) aimed to determine the extent to which the dimensions of strategic improvisation and organizational leadership are available at the level of the universities under study, as well as her serious endeavor to indicate the relationships and influence between strategic improvisation through its dimensions of (strategic vigilance, strategic agility, intuition, employing resources) and between the dimensions of organizational leadership represented by (innovation, proactive behavior, taking risks, seizing opportunities),
Part of the discussion was attended by the respected Dean of the College, Assistant Professor Dr. Samir Taha Yassin
And Mr. Assistant Dean for Administrative and Financial Affairs, Assistant Professor Dr. Walid Ahmed Suleiman, Mr. Associate Dean for Scientific and Student Affairs, Professor Dr. Ahmed Najm Sheet Al-Shalawi, and Mr. Head of the Department of Business Administration Technologies, Assistant Professor Dr. Raafat Assi Hussein, and several faculty members, faculty members, and postgraduate students.
The study came out with a set of conclusions, the most prominent of which is the existence of a significant positive correlation between strategic improvisation and organizational leadership at the macro and partial levels of the organizations studied, and this explains to the researcher the role of strategic improvisation in activating organizational leadership.
The study concluded with several recommendations that represented in the need to invest in the interrelationship between strategic improvisation and organizational leadership, in a way that contributes to enhancing its performance, survival, and continuity by enhancing its strategic improvisation capabilities and in a way that positively affects organizational leadership.
The discussion committee consisted of the following gentlemen:
1 Prof. Dr. Sultan Ahmed Khalif, Chairman.
2. Assistant Professor Dr. Firas Hussein Alwan, member.
3. Assistant Professor Dr. Ahmed Suleiman Mohamed, member.
4Assistant Professor Dr. Majid Hamid Majid, member, and supervisor

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