Managerial Leadership MGTO 234 - 7. Dr. William A. Snow Hong Kong University of Science & Technology Department of Management of Organizations College of Business & Management. From Then (1940s) to Now (2001): Brief Overview of Leadership Evolution.
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Dr. William A. Snow
Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Department of Management of Organizations
College of Business & Management
Ohio State Leadership Studies: Task and Relationship (1940s-Ralph Stodgill)
Contingency Theories of Leadership
B. Does leader have sufficient information?
D. Acceptance important for implementation?
E. If decision made is solely by leader, will it be accepted by subordinates?
F. Do subordinates share organizational goals?
G. Is conflict over preferred solution likely?
A. Quality requirement?
C. Is problem structured?
The Path-Goal Theory:
Leader behavior: Directive, Supportive, Participative, Achievement-oriented
Skills and abilities
expectations and work perceptions of own group abilities
Acceptance of leader
Followers and Followership
Characteristics of the Situation