LAOHAVICHIEN MODEL OF LEADERSHIP AND QUALITY FOR PAKISTAN. WHAT IT IS AND WHY ITâ€™S IMPORTANT FOR SMEâ€™S
Naveed Saif (),
Muhammad Tahir Khan (),
Sadaqat Ali () and
Fazli Wadood ()
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Naveed Saif: The university of lakki Marwat
Muhammad Tahir Khan: Imperial collage of business studies
Sadaqat Ali: UST BANNU
Fazli Wadood: University of BUNER kp
IBT Journal of Business Studies (JBS), 2019, vol. 15, issue 2, 15-4
Objectives; Leadership become one of the most important topic among behavioral scientist and management researchers. The current research study try to investigate the relationship between transactional, transformational styles of leadership in paying way for Quality Management (QM) Practices in Khyber Pakhtoon Khwa SMEâ€™s sector. For this purpose, data was collected from manufacturing sector through adapted version of questionnaires. In first stage CFA was conducted to remove item having lower loading. In the next stage through SEM analysis was performed. Results indicate that During CFA analysis most of the components of the adopted construct were removed due to poor fit model. As a result, the original concept of the adopted construct was renamed on the basis of retained factors. During SEM analysis the hypothetical relationship were partially supported, and results indicate that for the smooth functioning of manufacturing sector of SMEâ€™s it is strongly recommended to adopt the modern techniques of QM practices that must be alien with international standards. However, in Pakistan cultural set up its results are quite different. And itâ€™s open new way of research in theory of Leadership.
Keywords: Transactional; Transformational; Leadership; SMEâ€™s (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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