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||Human Resource Management|
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||The Relationship between Leadership Behavior and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: The Effect of Boss’s Wives’ Participative Management in Taiwan Small and Medium Enterprises|
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Small and Medium Enterprises
Organization Citizenship Behavior
||Taiwan’s small and medium enterprises play an important role in the development of Taiwan economy, and the entrepreneurs and their wives predominate the growth of enterprises with no doubt. Generally, it is convinced that entrepreneur’s wife that is so called “Boss’s Wife” not only gives the support to her husband in spirit but helps and gets involved in the management or enterprise. The objective of this study is to investigate the relationship between leadership and organizational citizenship organization considering the effect of boss’s wife’s management in Taiwan’s small and medium enterprises. Both qualitative and quantitative methods are used is this study. Three intensive interviews were made to reveal the real sources of management participation from boss’s wife and the reflection of organization citizenship behavior from the employees, and furthermore the implication between leadership and organizational citizenship behavior. Questionnaire survey is used to obtain quantitative data to exam the discovery from case study. Moreover, there is a need for a generic theory development that the contribution of the prosperity of Taiwan’s small and medium enterprises is partly brought by Boss’s Wife’s leadership behavior.|
The findings are as follows:
(1)Leadership behavior of benevolence and moral have positive correlation with organizational citizenship behavior.
(2)Leadership behavior of authoritarianism has negative correlation with organizational citizenship behavior.
(3)Participative management and leadership behavior have positive correlation.
(4)Participative management and organizational citizenship behavior have positive correlation.
||Bih-Shiaw Jaw - chair|
Ming-Chu Yu - co-chair
Te-Cheng Yu - advisor
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