International Business Management

Year: 2016
Volume: 10
Issue: 22
Page No. 5358 - 5362

Leadership Style in Strategic Decision Making and Factors of Perceived Environmental Uncertainty: An Integrative Framework

Authors : Azzam A. Abou- Moghli

Abstract: This research examines the association between the procedure of Strategic Decision (SD) making, administration and background factors. First, sketching on a sample of SDs, it investigates the process through which they are taken. In general, the consequences hold up the view that SD courses are fashioned by a diversity of factors, in all these groups. But the majority signal finding is that verdict specific characteristics emerge to have the most imperative weight on the deliberate decision making method as judgments with different decision detailed characteristics are gripped through special processes. The evident supremacy of decision specific uniqueness over organization and background factors augments the conventional “external power” versus “deliberate choice” contest in the area of strategic administration.

How to cite this article:

Azzam A. Abou- Moghli , 2016. Leadership Style in Strategic Decision Making and Factors of Perceived Environmental Uncertainty: An Integrative Framework. International Business Management, 10: 5358-5362.

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