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Case study of The Path Goal Theory and James Parker, CEO of Southwest Airlines
Author: nguenthe
 

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Language:
English
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4 (standart text format)
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Essay
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Miscellaneous
Published:
29.01.2004.
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14 Kb
Paper ID:
543807

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Since the beginning of the industrial revolution in the 18th century, researchers and analysts alike have been struggling to define the most cost-effective methods to running a company. A large portion of the success of a company can be attributed to the leadership style of a given leader and how they apply a particular leadership style to motivate their employees. It is common knowledge, that an employee with a high level of motivation will produce a higher economic benefit to the profit of the company. The intent of this writing is to explore what the Path-Goal theory is, how it relates...

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