THE STRATEGIC CONTINGENCIES THEORY OF POWER: MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES
Carol Stoak Saunders
Journal of Management Studies, 1990, vol. 27, issue 1, 1-18
The strategic contingencies theory of power proposed by Hickson et al. (1971) has been tested and compared to an alternative perspective. In the alternative perspective, the theory has been modified to include control of strategic contingencies as a moderating variable in the relationships between power and its determinants. A field study, using questionnaire and interview responses of 54 administrators at five universities, partially supports the modified theory.
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