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Straegic leadership and executive innovation influence: An international multi-cluster comparative study

Book or journal references : Strategic Management Journal, vol. 26, pp. 665-682 (2005).

Author(s) : Elenkov , D. S. and Judge , W. and Wright , P.

Abstract :

This study investigates the relationship of strategic leadership behaviors with executive innovation influence and the moderating effects of top management team (TMT)'s tenure heterogeneity and social culture on that relationship. Using survey data from six countries comprising three social cultures, strategic leadership behaviors were found to have a strong positive relationship with executive influence on both product-market and administrative innovations. In addition, TMT tenure heterogeneity moderated the relationship of strategic leadership behaviors with executive innovation influence for both types of innovation, while social culture moderated that relationship only in the case of administrative innovation. Copyright (c) 2005 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.


Keywords :

strategic leadership; innovation influence; social culture; TMT tenure heterogeneity TOP MANAGEMENT TEAM; STRATEGIC DECISION-MAKING; ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE; TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP; TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP; CHARISMATIC LEADERSHIP; PERSONALITY; CREATIVITY; HETEROGENEITY; DIFFERENCE

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