Describes a longitudinal study which examined the social style profile (SSP) as a predictive tool for managerial success over a ten‐year period. The SSP has been used extensively in the USA to measure leadership behaviours and has served as a foundation for a wide variety of leadership development programmes in organizations. The analyses indicated that there is no clear cut relationship between the dimensions of the SSP and managerial success in the long run.
Fok, L., Crow, S., Hartman, S. and Moore, A. (1994), "Management Style as an Element of Management Development Programmes: Is It Worth the Trouble?", Journal of Management Development, Vol. 13 No. 9, pp. 25-33. https://doi.org/10.1108/02621719410072053Download as .RIS
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