Mediating and Moderating Role of Organizational Ambidexterity and Innovative Climate among Leadership Styles and Employee Performance
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transformational leadership
ambidextrous leadership
employee performance

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Qammar, R., & Abidin, R. Z. U. (2020). Mediating and Moderating Role of Organizational Ambidexterity and Innovative Climate among Leadership Styles and Employee Performance. Journal of Management Info, 7(1), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.31580/jmi.v7i1.1339

Abstract

This research seeks to examine how transformational leadership and ambidextrous leadership impact on employee performance. The study focuses on the mediating role of organizational ambidexterity and moderating role of innovation climate, in influencing the relationship both directly and indirectly with employee performance. The proposed model will be tested with data collected from a large stratified random sample of 1000 software house’s employees from a population comprising of 3348 information technologies companies in Pakistan. Results, using statistical analysis techniques, are expected to indicate that organizational ambidexterity and innovation climate will mediate and moderate among transformational leadership and ambidextrous leadership, with employee performances.

 

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