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Title: Development of Chinese Leadership Model: An Empirically based Theory
Authors: Kang, Tze-Li;Chang, Shu-Hsuan;Yang, Li-Jen;Huang, Shu-Kai
Contributors: 工業教育與技術學系
Keywords: Culture cognition;Leadership behavior;Leadership effectiveness
Date: 2010-02
Issue Date: 2012-08-27T09:30:48Z
Abstract: Increasing globalization of organizations has made it more important to study effective leadership in different cultures. The basic assumption of this paper is that under the influence of Chinese culture, Chinese people have their unique conception of leadership; moreover, the leadership behavior reflects some characteristics of Chinese culture. Grounded on a cultural perspective, this paper aims to develop an empiricallybased
theory of leadership by the following process: first, to develop a “Chinese Leadership Model” (CLM) by documentary analysis; second, to construct a “Chinese Leadership Behavior Inventory” (CLBI), which is a quantitative instrument for evaluating the leadership behavior by subordinates; and third, to verify CLM by conducting a series of field-testing, including schools, service industry and manufacturing industry in Taiwan, and making a comparative study between Taiwan and China. Our CLM and CLBI showed very satisfactory results in the filed tests.
Furthermore, CLBI was applied to exploring the relationship between leadership behavior perception, leadership behavior expectation, situational variables and leadership effectiveness.
Relation: 教育政策論壇, 13(1): 115-142
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