Leadership for Self-Managing Work Teams: A Typology and Integrative Model

  title={Leadership for Self-Managing Work Teams: A Typology and Integrative Model},
  author={G. Stewart and Charles C. Manz},
  journal={Human Relations},
  pages={747 - 770}
  • G. Stewart, Charles C. Manz
  • Published 1995
  • Psychology
  • Human Relations
  • Many organizations are currently implementing self-managing work teams. Supervision of these teams is particularly challenging in that leaders are expected to lead others to lead themselves. Grounded primarily in the positivistic paradigm of research, a typology of leadership approaches is thus developed to explain team leader behaviors and their impact on team self-management. A model incorporating leader and organizational characteristics is then presented to illustrate antecedents of team… CONTINUE READING
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