Leaders play the important role in subordinates' job satisfaction, and organizational performance. This paper explores the evaluation criteria for effective leadership behavior from the past literature and constructs a model with fifteen criteria and classifies them into four cluster. Them interviews experts in related fields of human resources. This paper investigate these issues with the DANP approach proposed by Ou Yang et al. (2008) which combines the DEMATEL and ANP procedures. Expected outcomes include: (1) create a feasible set of criteria for assessing the effective leadership; (2) understand the cause-effect relationship among the sets of clusters and criteria of effective leadership; (3) complete the strategy map of effective leadership; (4) determine the relative importance of each criterion for organization to evaluate the qualification of effective leaders while selecting among potential candidates; and (5) provide guidelines to the person who intends to be an effective leader.
Jie-fu Lin, National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan
About the Presenter(s)
Mr.Lin is a master student, who studying at the National University of Kaohsiung, and study in Institute of Business and Management. The main research field is Human Resource.
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