Delegation is widely acknowledged as a fundamental element of effective management; however, our understanding of it has been restricted to its behavioral outcomes in tapered settings. Thus, the following research undertakes the impact of authority delegation in knowledge-intensive firms where expertise quality, amount, and functional practice plays a key role in shaping and predicting team performance outcomes. The study draws from the task-oriented leadership theory and suggests a model assess the moderation level of managers’ functional background impact on team performance under a delegation context.
Delegation dynamics and spinoffs: direct effects and moderating role of a functional background
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