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Traditional and hybrid leadership styles in Rwanda: examining the common leadership styles, influencing factors, and culture in post-genocide Rwanda.

Rugerinyange, Nshuti

Authors

Nshuti Rugerinyange



Contributors

Robert Halsall
Supervisor

Yvonne Turner
Supervisor

Rita Marcella
Supervisor

Abstract

For most of Rwanda's post-independence past, the country has been marked by ethnic feuding, mass population movements and long exiles in neighbouring countries, and civil wars that culminated in the genocide in 1994. As this research shows in its review of literature of the history of Rwanda's post-independence period, the civil wars of those with ethnically-differentiated access to power and wealth have had social-, cultural- and economic effects. How has foreign culture - acquired by Rwandaliens - affected indigenous Rwandan culture, and its influence thereof on the present leadership styles? This thesis assesses the most common leadership styles in companies / organisations in Rwanda, in order to build a theory of the predominant leadership styles and culture in Rwanda in the context of the post-genocide era.

Citation

RUGERINYANGE, N. 2016. Traditional and hybrid leadership styles in Rwanda: examining the common leadership styles, influencing factors, and culture in post-genocide Rwanda. Robert Gordon University, DBA thesis.

Thesis Type Thesis
Publication Date Aug 1, 2016
Deposit Date Feb 1, 2017
Publicly Available Date Feb 1, 2017
Keywords Leadership styles; Cultural influence; Rwandaliens; Rwandigenous; Ubuntu (Philosophy); Indaba
Public URL http://hdl.handle.net/10059/2142

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