The folly of theorizing “A” but testing “B”

@inproceedings{Schriesheim2001TheFO,
  title={The folly of theorizing “A” but testing “B”},
  author={Chester A. Schriesheim and Stephanie L. Castro and Xiaohua Zhou and Francis J. Yammarino},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract Leadership research has recently begun to emphasize the importance of examining the level of analysis (e.g., individual, dyad, group, organization) at which phenomena are hypothesized to occur. Unfortunately, however, it is still not commonplace for theory to clearly specify, and for investigations to directly test, expected and rival level-of-analysis effects. This article first selectively reviews a cross-section of theories, models, and approaches in leadership, showing generally… CONTINUE READING

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