Formal Strategic Planning And Job Satisfaction Case Study

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Register to read the introduction… From developing the models of causality variables to affect job satisfaction, Seashore and Taber (1975) suggests that all of the internal organization environment (e.g. organizational climate, leadership types and planning) can affect the job satisfaction of employee. Robbins (2003) conducted an experiment with the subject of FedEx. From the research, it indicates that managers adopting the transformational leadership management style cannot only bring with better work performance rated by companies but also trigger their superiors to allow them with more job promotion opportunities. Leadership is positively correlated with the improvement of subordinates’ working environment, the satisfaction of demands and executed performance (Liu, Fellow, and Fang, 2003). Duserick et al. (2007) conduct another longitudinal study in New York City to see the effect of formal strategic planning on employee satisfaction. From the study, Duserick et al. (2007) deduce that strategic planning, leadership, and communication have a major impact on employee satisfaction. From above discussions, we can deduce strategic …show more content…
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