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Abstract

In this study we aim to explain the patterns of leadership roles for team effectiveness in non economicorganizations compared to economic organizations. For this purpose, we studied three successful organizationtypes, i.e the amateur sports clubs football, basketball, theater companies and, regional folk groups. Ourbasic hypothesis is that the relationship between the type of organization specially teams and the role ofleadership is not random. Therefore, we believe that an empirical approach is necessary to test the assumptionsabout leadership and team effectiveness. Also these empirical results are supposed to lead to professionalmanagers in economic organizations. First, we constructed thirteen key dimension variables for leadershipbehavior as follows: coaching, effective communication, encouraging teamwork, establishing high standardsand getting results, effective delegation, rewarding performance, developing and releasing employees, buildingconsensus, supporting reasonable risk- taking, forecast thinking, improving the organization, managing diversity,and overall effectiveness . Second, we defined team standards and effectiveness in twenty items. And finally, wetried to emphasize factors affecting leadership roles and team effectiveness. In this study, Natemeyer andBabko 1992 Management Practices Survey data are used. Data reliability are tested before the analysis andresults are discussed at the end of the study.



Item Type: MPRA Paper -

Original Title: Team Effectiveness and Leadership Roles-

Language: English-

Keywords: Team effectiveness, Leadership; Roles-

Subjects: M - Business Administration and Business Economics ; Marketing ; Accounting ; Personnel Economics > M1 - Business Administration > M14 - Corporate Culture ; Diversity ; Social ResponsibilityM - Business Administration and Business Economics ; Marketing ; Accounting ; Personnel Economics > M1 - Business Administration-





Author: Duygulu, Ethem

Source: https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/7245/







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