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Literature review on the determinants of managers' perfomance
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Literature Review on the Determinants of Managers' Performance: Critique of Scholarly Journals and Articles Introduction The role of a leader and a manager is central to the success of every organization. There are many studies that have been conducted to ascertain the position of leaders and mangers.
In attaining this end, a number of scholarly articles and journals would be critiqued and examined to investigate the phenomenon. The research would look at four themes in management performance. This include the following: 1. Trust and management performance. 2. Job satisfaction and manager performance. 3. Salary disparity amongst managers and managers' performance. 4. Management styles and management performance. These four elements of managers' performance would be critiqued and examined by evaluating scholarly journals and scholarly sources. These would culminate in the identification of the most important elements and aspects of the determinants of of managers' performance. Trust and Managers' Performance Huff and Kelley (2003) identifies that trust is important to gain commitment from staff members. McEvily et al, identify that psychological and sociological micro foundations of trust form the main macrobusiness culture of the organization (2003). Paliczkiewicz (2012) undertakes a critical study of the relationship between managers' trust levels and their performance. In the literature review, Paliczkiewicz identifies that trust is central to the performance and operations of managers. He identifies that trust is the foundation of the linkage between managers and their workers. This is because trust defines the relationship between the manager and his followers. ...
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