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                            The University of San Francisco
USF Scholarship: a digital repository @ Gleeson Library | Geschke Center
	2009
Transformational leadership practices at a Northern California winery
	Brian Douglas Phifer
		Recommended Citation
DEDICATION
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
List of Tables
CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION
	The Research Problem
	Purpose of the Study
	Background and Need for the Study
	Theoretical Framework
	Research Questions
	Definition of Terms
	Significance of the Study
CHAPTER II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
	Overview
	Napa Valley Wine History
	Historical Background of a Family-Owned Winery
	Organization Management & Wines
	Family Owned Wineries
	Public and Private Wineries
	Oral Histories
	Summary/Conclusion of the Literature Review
CHAPTER III METHODOLOGY
	Restatement of the Purpose
	Research Design
	Research Setting
	Population and Sample
	Instrumentation
	Researcher’s Profile
	Data Collection
	Data Analysis
	Human Subjects Approval
CHAPTER IV FINDINGS OF THE STUDY
	Introduction
	Site Description
	Profile of Participants
	Research Questions and Generative Themes: Generative Themes
	Research Questions and Findings
	Major Themes of Executive Managers
		Significance of the Vision of the Founder
		Personal Commitment to Stay in the Forefront of the California Wine Industry for Producing Quality Wines
	I would start with what is probably the most obvious.  I think that working here is an incentive and I don’t mean to say that in arrogant way.  I think that if you, as I have, have had experience elsewhere, different industries, different jobs, differ...
		Employees are Aware of the Knowledge and Skills Necessary to do Their Jobs Well
		Historical Artifacts and Employee Communications
		Inclusion of the Winery Executives and Mid-management Level Staff in Winery Activities and Policymaking
		Management and Leadership at the Winery
		Sustainability, Change, and Transformational Leadership
	Subthemes from Interviews with Executive Managers
		Transformational Leadership at the Winery
		The Critical Nature of Team Membership
		Winery Production, and Management
		Winery Management and Training
		Belief System of Family Operated Management
		Transformational Management as a Concept
		Executive Manager Summary
	Major Themes of Midlevel Managers
		Mid-level Vision and Leadership at the Winery
		Mid-level Perspectives and Team Management
		Perceptions of the Relationship Between Mid-level Managers and Executive Managers
		Midlevel Management and Job Satisfaction
		Working in a Clean and Safe Winery Environment
		The Winery Mentoring Process
		Summary of Midlevel Manager Themes
	Summary
CHAPTER V DISCUSSION, CONCLUSION, IMPLICATIONS AND RECOMENDATIONS
	Introduction
	Discussion
		Conclusions, and Implications
		Recommendations for Professional Practice
REFERENCES
APPENDIXES
	Appendix A: Informed Consent Form University of San Francisco Consent to be a Research Subject
	Appendix B: Demographic Questionnaire
	Appendix C: IRBPHS Approval
	Appendix D: IRBPHS Modification Application Approval
	Appendix E: Some Additional Interview Questions Used to Guide the Dialogue
                        

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