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The Impact Of National Culture On Effectiveness Of Situational Leadership Hersey-Blanchard

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Prima Vandayani, Dwi Kartini, Hilmiana, Yudi Azis



Keywords — situational leadership, leader style, national culture, followers readiness, development level.



Abstract: The purpose of this paper was to extend of my previously published paper in domestic journal at Banking and Management Review by School of Economics Ekuitas Bandung, Indonesia. Such paper concluded that Hersey Blanchard's situational leadership concept is not entirely appropriate when applied to Bank Nagari - Branch Bandung as analysis unit. Therefore this paper try to propose national culture as one of the factors that may be the cause of the discrepancy. This study was theoritical review, especially about the effect national culture on leadership effectiveness of Bank Nagari Branch Bandung. The result illustrated that national culture have a significant effect on leadership effectiveness of Bank Nagari Branch Bandung.



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