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Título: Cross-cultural comparison of leadership practices from Slovenia and Portugal using the globe research program methodology
Autor: Raskovic, Matevz
Krzisnik, Spela
Palavras-chave: Culture
leadership practices
Data: 2010
Editora: Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão
Citação: Raskovic, Matevz e Spela Krzisnik (2010). "Cross-cultural comparison of leadership practices from Slovenia and Portugal using the globe research program methodology". Portuguese Journal of Management Studies, XV(1):13-34
Resumo: Leadership may account for up to 45 per cent of an organization's performance (Day and Lord, 1988). As a research strand, leadership has been subject to scientific research from various angles for over 100 years, providing a plethora of definitions and research typologies, which all give merit to its ambiguity and complexity {Stogdill, 1974). One of these research 'angles' cross-cultural leadership- examines the aspect of universal validity of leadership and its practices, arid questions the cultural context of leadership. This paper uses the GLOBE research program methodology {House et al., 2004) as one of the most frequent studies and research approaches to cross-culture comparison of leadership practices. By comparing Slovenia and Portugal, it aims to provide managerial implications for cross-cultural leadership practices between the two selected countries and expand empirical evidence, which until now has been predominantly from large, western countries.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.5/10061
Aparece nas colecções:2010, Volume XV, nº 1

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