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Transformational and transactional leadership predictors of job autonomy in self-managing teams: the consequences for performance
(United Arab Emirates University. College of Business and Economics, 2002-05)
Performance is a key concern for organisations in the rapidly changing global economy. Although both leadership and the ability of employees to work in an autonomous manner are often cited as being essential for ...
The Relationship between Self-Management Leadership Behaviour, Self-Leadership Worker Behaviour and Desirable Outcomes (i.e. Job Satisfaction, Trust, Performance, etc)
(Global Network, 1998)
Self-managing teams hold a great interest for contemporary researchers and practitioners. There is an extensive literature which argues that such groups often exhibit high performance coupled with job satisfaction and ...
The Impact of Organisational Bureaucracy ori the Determinants of Knowledge Acquisition
(ACL, Academic Conferences Ltd, 2006)
The objective of this paper is to empirically investigate through an industry survey, the impact of organisational bureaucracy on the determinants of knowledge acquisition. The results show that a pyramidical structure has ...
Interpersonal Trust Predictor of Knowledge Acquisition in Selfmanaging Teams: The Consequences for Performance
(MCIL Publishing, Oxford University, 2002-09)
Although both trust and the ability of employees to work in an autonomous manner are often cited as being essential for effectiveness of self-managed teams, little is known on the effect of interpersonal hust on knowledge ...
The relationship between interpersonal trust, commitment, and performance in self-managing teams: the Austalian experience
(Sheffield Hallam University Press, 2003)
Performance is a key concern for organisations in the rapidly changing global economy. Although both trust and the commitment of employees to work in an autonomous manner are often cited as being essential for effectiveness ...