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Investigating deviation in managerial ambidexterity: the influence of senior team decision making and transformational leadership

Author Affiliations

  • 1Comsats Institute of Information Technology Lahore, Pakistan

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 6, Issue (4), Pages 1-6, April,2 (2017)

Abstract

Decision making has an importance in the organization to achieving success in a competitive environment. Senior team made a deliberate decision that has animpact on managerial explorative and exploitative activities. This study developed a theoretical model that that will cover the topic of research as the; theimpact of the senior team decision making with the moderating effect of Transformational leadership on managerial ambidexterity. Data was collected from middle-level managers of retail banks in Lahore, Pakistan. The study employed correlation, regression, and multiple regressions to find the outcomes. Findings identified that a senior team decision making has a significant effect on the managerial ambidexterity. Moreover, this study also finds out there has no significant interaction among senior team decision making and managerial ambidexterity with mode rating role of transformational leadership.

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