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The Study Of Relationship Between Leaders' Behavior And Efficiency And Return On Investment

  • Zakieh Shooshtarian

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    (Islamic Azad university, Marvdasht , Iran)

  • Marzieh Amini

    (Islamic Azad university, Marvdasht , Iran)

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    The aim of study was: 1- To compare leaders' behavior in public with private sector industrial firms of Fars Province (one of the southern province of Iran). 2- To identify the relationship between the type of leaders' behavior and efficiency in these industries. 3- To identify the relationship between the type of leaders' behavior and ROI . LBDQ used in order to collect data. In order to analyze the data, SPSS software were used .From 602 completed questionnaire, 266 completed by public sectors' employees (%44) and 336 completed by private sectors' employees (%56). The results showed, "Initiating Structure" type of behavior is dominant behavior in both public and private sectors in Fars industries. There is a significant relationship between "Initiating Structure" type of leaders' behavior and efficiency in public and private sectors. Also a significant relationship between "Initiating Structure" type of behavior and ROI, was found in these two sectors. Regarding to "Consideration" type of behavior, there is a significant relationship between this type of behavior and efficiency in both sectors. There is no significant relationship between "Consideration" type of behavior and ROI in public and private sectors.

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    Article provided by Czestochowa Technical University, Department of Management in its journal Polish Journal of Management Studies.

    Volume (Year): 6 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 1 (December)
    Pages: 55-67

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