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Title: Individual Characteristic for Managerial Effectiveness in a Competitive Environment: An Exploration
Authors: Srivastava, Manjari
Sinha, Aravind K.
Keywords: Managerial Effectiveness
Organizational Management
Issue Date: 19-May-2007
Publisher: Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
Abstract: Increasing competition around the globe requires a cadre of effective managers to run the day to day operations in their organizations. This study is an exploration towards identifying the relationship between certain individual level variables and managerial effectiveness variables. Secondly, the study further examines the underlying dimensions of “managerial effectiveness variables”, which may be relevant for the organizations in present global scenario. The individual level variables were values, needs, maturity, locus of control, work ethic, self-monitoring, learned helplessness, self-awareness, self-limiting behavior, and selfconsciousness. Managerial effectiveness was conceptualized in terms of competence, satisfaction, conflict resolution, need fulfillment, value realization, self-concept and recognition. Factor analysis and canonical correlations were sought to answer the research questions. Factor-Analysis Results revealed the underlying dimensions of the variables under st...
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2259/448
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