Combined effects of leadership style and organizational culture type on psychological empowerment and organizational commitment, The
Author(s)Raymer, Steven D.
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While leadership and organizational culture types are suggested to affect one another, contextual issues and unstable conditions make these effects difficult to measure. Using organizational outcomes with previously demonstrated relationships to both leadership and culture types, we create a controlled environment to establish 4 possible leadership and culture combinations. Using regression analysis, we explore possible mediation, moderation, and main effects of each condition on psychological empowerment and organizational commitment. Results indicate a lack of significant main effect by leadership, while "flexible" culture type produced higher scores of both psychological empowerment and organizational commitment over the "stable" culture type.