• Abstract

    Technology is transforming today's rapidly changing corporate environment. This examination highlights how technology has changed leadership management across industries. The study investigates how technology has changed leadership, decision-making, communication, and organizational effectiveness in the digital age. Our analysis of current trends and real-world case studies shows how technology has impacted leadership practices, helping leaders navigate the modern workplace. The rise of corporate technology has touched all levels of leadership. CEOs and frontline supervisors use technology to improve decision-making and leadership. Technology enhances traditional leadership techniques. Data analytics and AI have changed decision-making. Leaders who want to make informed decisions utilize AI to uncover patterns in big data. Real-time insights and predictive analytics help leaders identify issues and grasp opportunities. This supports agile decision-making and company competitiveness. Technology also changed corporate communication. Virtual communication, collaboration, and project management tools unify global teams. Leadership can now chat with remote workers in real time, fostering knowledgesharing and collaboration. Technology-driven communication platforms enable transparent and accessible leadership, motivating and engaging staff. Technology has accelerated remote work, causing senior management concerns. Virtual teams require different leadership techniques. This approach includes emotional intelligence, teamwork, and the ability to include remote workers. Virtual meeting platforms, online team-building events, and remote performance management help executives bridge physical distance and ensure teamwork. Technology has altered leadership training. Virtual training and e-learning platforms have changed leadership training. Flexible, customized, and cost-effective digital leadership development solutions make this process easier. Executives can now be trained to innovate and adapt to changing company conditions. Technology provides tremendous benefits but also creates ethical concerns. Leaders must address cybersecurity and data privacy issues to maintain stakeholder trust. Leaders must blend technology and humanity. Technology should enhance leadership and decision-making.

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Pawar, S., & Dhumal, V. (2024). The role of technology in transforming leadership management practices. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 7(4), 2024066. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2024066
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