The Impact of Macro-Organizational Variables on Leadership Effectiveness Models: An Examination of Leadership in Private and Public Organizations
Conference Proceeding Article
Researchers have mostly ignored the impact of organizational characteristics on the discretionary behaviors of leaders. We examined the impact of organizational ownership (i.e., public versus private sector) on leadership effectiveness models. We found support for hypothesized differences in self perceptions, but not in the perceptions of the subordinates and superiors.
leadership, executive ability, organizational structure, corporate culture
Academy of Management Proceedings
Academy of Management
City or Country
San Diego, CA
Hooijberg, Robert and CHOI, Jae Pil.
The Impact of Macro-Organizational Variables on Leadership Effectiveness Models: An Examination of Leadership in Private and Public Organizations. (1998). Academy of Management Proceedings. B1-B8. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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