The influence of leadership expertise and experience on organizational performance: a study of Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia
Sow Hup Chan
Asia Pacific Business Review, 2010, vol. 16, issue 1-2, 59-77
This research examines the top leadership performance on a replication of the Grameen Bank Approach in Malaysia. The objective is to identify whether there is a relationship between the leadership's expertise and experience on the organization's performance in achieving the organization's mission. It is noted that change of leadership resulted in unstable efficiencies in the microfinance organization. Leadership with expertise and experience achieved positive organizational outcome, as measured through indicators such as outreach and operating efficiency. The limitations of the research and areas for further investigation are presented.
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