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LEADERSHIP THEORY IMPLICATIONS FOR IMPROVING PERFORMANCE OF RECIPIENT STAFF EXPERIENCE OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FROM JAPAN

LEADERSHIP THEORY IMPLICATIONS FOR IMPROVING PERFORMANCE OF RECIPIENT STAFF EXPERIENCE OF... The impact of expatriates on recipient staff may be highly significant in technology transfer. However, the impact may vary according to the behavior pattern of expatriates as well as factors contingent upon the situation. Utilizing leadership theory under a contingent framework, the development of recipient staff was predicted in this study from the expatriate behavior characteristics. Several hypotheses on the performance improvement of recipient staff suggest the main effects of expatriate's consideration and structural characteristics, and moderating effects due to expatriate's language capability and recognition by the local staff. Data for testing these hypotheses were collected by administering a questionnaire. The results of basic multiple regression analysis indicated the influence of both consideration and structural characteristics of expatriates on performance improvement of the recipient staff. Also, results of the moderated multiple regression analysis suggested that the expatriate's consideration characteristics are highly effective in ameliorating possible negative effects of a low recognition for performance improvement of the recipient staff even when the expatriate is a poor communicator. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Commerce and Management Emerald Publishing

LEADERSHIP THEORY IMPLICATIONS FOR IMPROVING PERFORMANCE OF RECIPIENT STAFF EXPERIENCE OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FROM JAPAN

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1056-9219
DOI
10.1108/eb060300
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Abstract

The impact of expatriates on recipient staff may be highly significant in technology transfer. However, the impact may vary according to the behavior pattern of expatriates as well as factors contingent upon the situation. Utilizing leadership theory under a contingent framework, the development of recipient staff was predicted in this study from the expatriate behavior characteristics. Several hypotheses on the performance improvement of recipient staff suggest the main effects of expatriate's consideration and structural characteristics, and moderating effects due to expatriate's language capability and recognition by the local staff. Data for testing these hypotheses were collected by administering a questionnaire. The results of basic multiple regression analysis indicated the influence of both consideration and structural characteristics of expatriates on performance improvement of the recipient staff. Also, results of the moderated multiple regression analysis suggested that the expatriate's consideration characteristics are highly effective in ameliorating possible negative effects of a low recognition for performance improvement of the recipient staff even when the expatriate is a poor communicator.

Journal

International Journal of Commerce and ManagementEmerald Publishing

Published: Mar 1, 1991

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