Your Association's key pillars are still the same, based around “leading with technology” and our philosophy based in part by Alison Fine’s work and the recent
(2015) EU Review from INSEAD.
"Complex social problems today outstrip the capacity of any single organization or
individual to solve them.” ~ Alison Fine,
Co - author of The Networked Nonprofit.
“…a new type of leadership —e-leadership—is becoming essential
to organisational innovation and competitiveness.” 2012-13 EU Report
Definition:We accepted during 2009(in Prague) is Professor Avolio’s definition below
“ eLeadership is defined as a social influence process mediated by AIT to produce a change in attitudes, feelings, thinking, behavior, and/or performance with individuals,
groups, and/or organizations.
eLeadership can occur at any hierarchical level in an organization and can involve one-to-one and one-to-many interactions within and across large units
and organizations. It may be associated with one individual or shared by several individuals as its locus changes over time.” (Avolio et al, 2000, p. 617)~AIT(Advanced Information and Technology)
British Journal of Educational Technology, Volume 44, 2013 article
“eLeadership in Higher Education: The “fifth” age of educational technology
“Pillar 2: Towards a Grand Coalition on e-leadership skills bringing all stakeholders together.” From EU’s Vision Report
Prepared by and others for
2015 Outcome of EU’s, 2012-13 work on eLeadership