Participation to decision making: Does manager choose opportunity rather than threat?
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Top managers of organizations tend to resolve only some of the strategic issues themselves. Especially differences in the way strategic issues are perceived are likely to affect the amount of top level executive participation in decision making process. The drives of perception might be sex, education, experience of the manager. On the other side the information sharing and participation climate within an organization might affect the managerial responses. This claim should cover empirical support. To answer the need the survey of this study is conducted on 612 middle and senior managers of 122 randomly chosen out of top 500 high performing firms operating in different industries in Turkey, between the years of 2012-2014. The obtained data from the questionnaires are analyzed through the SPSS statistical packaged software within a reliability level of 95%. Analyses results strongly supported the moderating effect of information sharing and wide participation either in strategic decisions for opportunities or strategic decisions for threats. (C) 2014 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.
Source10th International Strategic Management Conference
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