International Business Management

Year: 2013
Volume: 7
Issue: 4
Page No. 288 - 294

An Analysis of Path-Goal Model Leadership and the Formation of Organizational Power Distance

Authors : Serdar Oge and Ali Alagoz

Abstract: When all of the concepts of leadership are examined, leadership actually appears to be an effective process, a focus point for group activities an agency that provides dynamism in differentiated role structures and a capacity to take advantage of individuals by fostering cooperation among them. Also, power comes into prominence as an effective resource. What researchers mean by the concept of power is the ability to influence others. Path-goal theory is concerned with leadership behaviors intended to get employees to achieve organizational goals. Actions performed by the leader generate power distance in the organization. Power distance is an important factor in shaping the cultural organization’s structure. Organizational structures that have power differences and organizational structures that do not will be quite different.

How to cite this article:

Serdar Oge and Ali Alagoz, 2013. An Analysis of Path-Goal Model Leadership and the Formation of Organizational Power Distance. International Business Management, 7: 288-294.

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