Linda Ackerman Anderson Introduction Command and control is by far the most common change leadership style. But as a change leader, you must. Command and control as a change leadership style destroys virtually any chance of success in nine out of ten transformational change efforts.
Advanced Search Abstract The article offers a theory of how leadership affects the implementation of management reforms. The central premise of this theory is that leadership can have important but easy-to-miss indirect effects on organizational factors that shape reform outcomes.
To test this question, we examine how transformational leadership influences the implementation of performance reforms, using performance information use as a dependent variable. Previous research suggests that leadership can affect how performance information is used among employees but underspecifies the theoretical mechanisms by which this influence occurs.
A structural equation model using self-reported performance information use as a dependent variable provides empirical evidence consistent with our theory. Translations by Claudia N.
The inability to resolve such basic disagreements reflects the Transformational leadership and team performance for knowledge based on empirical tests of well-developed models in public sector settings Trottier, Van Wart, and Wang; Van Wart This article takes one of the best-articulated and promising models, transformational leadership Bass and Riggio ; Burns ; Van Wart We offer a model that suggests that much of the influence of transformational leadership is real but indirect.
We test the impact of transformational leadership on a pressing challenge for public organizations: Given the many competing factors that shape performance, it is difficult to know if performance management reform is making a difference for a notable exception, see Walker, Damanpour, and Devece Performance information use provides a tractable variable that allows researchers to estimate the behavioral impact of performance management reforms Moynihan and Pandey This variable represents perhaps the best summary measure of the impact of results-based reforms but has been given limited attention Moynihan et al.
The last decades have seen governments devote unprecedented time and resources to creating performance data. If we hope that such reforms result in more purposeful goal-oriented managers, tracking the use of performance data is an essential first step. As Stivershas argued, it is only in the use of performance information that performance management is truly enacted.
Like the question of whether a tree falling in the forest creates a sound when no one is around, it is reasonable to ask: This article has two goals.
First, we seek to develop a conceptual model that connects transformational leadership to performance information use. More broadly, this article sheds light on the relationship between leadership and successful reform efforts. We propose that the key influence of transformational leadership for reforms such as performance management is indirect, setting the conditions for reforms to succeed or fail.
If we focus primarily on the direct influence of leadership, this may lead us to underestimate its relative importance in shaping other factors that shape organizational outcomes, such as organizational culture.
Previous research has paid attention to leadership, suggesting that leadership support and involvement in performance reforms is important for such reforms to succeed.
Here, we draw upon the transformational leadership literature to examine how a broader and better developed conceptualization of leadership matters to performance information use. We propose that transformational leadership fosters performance information use by increasing organizational goal clarity and fostering a supportive organizational culture.
The second goal of the article is to add to the empirical knowledge on factors that lead to performance information use. We examine how transformational leadership behaviors on the part of city managers impact the self-reported performance information use of their most senior employees, agency heads of city departments.
Here, we use a quantitative approach—structural equation modeling—that allows us to consider if the indirect effects of leadership in the sample we study are consistent with the theory we propose. Although the data and method have limitations that prevent a perfect test of the conceptual model, the findings offer compelling empirical support.
The article proceeds as follows. First, we review previous research on the link between leadership and performance information use. We then explain the concept of transformational leadership and articulate a model that links it to performance information use via goal clarity and culture.
We next explain the data, measures, and method employed before reviewing the results.Transformational leadership, team climate, and team performance that their organization is advancing toward an important goal and their work is of great value.
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Sets clear goals. Has high expectations. Transformational Leadership: Is It Time For A Recall promoting a vision is one of the strengths of transformational leadership; yet transformational leaders become evangelical if they overemphasise realisation of the vision.
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T ransformational leadership theory has captured the interest of many researchers in the field of. The authors investigated the relationship between transformational leadership behavior and group performance in financial services teams that were branches of a bank in Hong Kong and the United States.
Transformational leadership influenced team performance through the mediating effect of team . for individuals (i.e., job satisfaction) and teams (i.e., team performance).
That is, in addition to effects at the individual level, transformational leadership is posited to also have an impact at the team level of analysis.