This study aims to examine how the leadership styles in the business world of paternalistic China, imperative Germany and authoritative Russia are affected by the distinguishing cultures of each country.
The information contained throughout this paper was collected through online research of databases as well as primary data collections.
The findings showed that leadership styles of a country can be traced back to the culture values of that country. Even with all countries having a different culture and different leadership styles, in each one both constructs strongly overlap each other.
This paper contributes to the narrow comparisons of leadership styles between these countries. Value is added by studying the separate leadership styles in very different cultures, and how they affect the business world in their culture.
Richardson, J., Millage, P., Millage, J. and Lane, S. (2014), "The effects of culture on leadership styles in China, Germany and Russia", Journal of Technology Management in China, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp. 263-273. https://doi.org/10.1108/JTMC-08-2014-0047Download as .RIS
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