Managerial Values and Employee Commitment in a Cultural Context

  title={Managerial Values and Employee Commitment in a Cultural Context},
  author={Ruth Alas and Nancy Papalexandris and Eleanna Galanaki and Katrin Niglas},
The current article is based on data from two phases of the Global Leadership and Organizational Behaviour (Globe) cross-cultural study. The research questions that this paper attempts to explore look at how cultural dimensions predict values held by top managers and how managerial values in their turn influence subordinates’ commitment. Our research indicates that the way managers consider economic indicators, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and fairness issues, could be predicted by… 
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