Research of the Effectiveness of Strategic Leadership in Crisis Management: a Comparative Study in Large Scale Enterprises and SMES in Konya 3rd Industrial Zone
Adnan Celik () and
Rabia Yilmaz ()
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Adnan Celik: Prof. Dr., Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Selcuk University, Turkey
Rabia Yilmaz: PhD. Candidate, Institute of Social Sciences, Selcuk University, Turkey
Postmodern Openings, 2016, vol. 7, issue 2, 93-114
Crisis Management (CM) is a necessary concept for organizations to continue their activities and life courses. In this case, one of the most important factor to get different advantages from crisis occurs inside and out of the organization is the degree of the leadership. Strategic leadership (SL) is one of the most important leadership style in CM process due to come to the fore of the concepts of especially innovative, process manager and the status quo guardian. Especially in this article, in large scale enterprises, it is observed an interaction between participative innovator and all crisis periods. Also, in large scale enterprises there is an interaction between high control innovator and all crisis periods. In SMEs there is an interaction between high control innovator and crisis period. And in SMEs there is an interaction between status quo guardian and pre-crisis period. Finally, in SMEs, there is an interaction between process manager and crisis period. This study was conducted by questionnaire technique and performed senior managers in large scale enterprises and SMEs in Konya 3RD Industrial Zone.
Keywords: Large Scale Enterprises; SME; Crisis Management (CM); Strategic Leadership (SL). (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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