Balanced leadership, professinalism, and team trust preduct positive attitudes toward performance measurement

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Wilderom, Celeste P.M. and Wouters, Marc J.F. and Brussel, Jerrick van (2007) Balanced leadership, professinalism, and team trust preduct positive attitudes toward performance measurement. Academy of Management Proceedings . pp. 1-6. ISSN 0065-0668

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Abstract:In our four-year study, we advised the Logistics unit of a medium-sized Dutch firm during their development of their unit’s performance measurement system (PMS). We gathered four sets of quantitative survey data, involving a panel of 42 Logistics employees. At the end of this time frame, we found significantly improved attitudes toward performance measurement and a heightened level of employee professionalism. Regression results show that a positive attitude toward performance measurement is predicted by balanced team leader behaviors as well as a high level of employee professionalism and team trust.
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