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A Model of Opinion Dynamics Considering the Attributes of the Leader

Yunosuke Hori ()
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Yunosuke Hori: Tottori University

The Review of Socionetwork Strategies, 2022, vol. 16, issue 2, 513-525

Abstract: Abstract In recent years, personnel evaluation in Japan has been shifting from evaluation based on position to evaluation based on achievement. However, the positional perspective is still important, as leaders in actual work are selected based on their position. In response to this, this paper focuses on two attributes that indicate ability, position and achievement, and considers how a leader can organize a group by changing these two attributes and presents an objective evaluation using the opinion dynamics theory “Trust-Distrust Model” and presented an objective evaluation. The results obtained show that when the leader's achievement is low, the group can be brought together up to a certain number of people when the leader's position is high. On the other hand, if a leader has high achievement values, he or she can hold the group to a high standard regardless of his or her position. It was also confirmed that when another leader was in a higher position, the average number of people in agreement for each enforcement did not vary, and the group was able to be organized without fail.

Keywords: Opinion dynamics; Achievement; Position (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022
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DOI: 10.1007/s12626-022-00112-0

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