Calibrating Managerial Effectiveness: An Empirical Study

James, P S and Chatterjee, Debmallya (2012) Calibrating Managerial Effectiveness: An Empirical Study. TAPMI, Manipal.


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There is growing literature on failure of business schools to produce effective managers. While managerial effectiveness factors are fairly well established, their relative importance is not calibrated, making goal setting and prioritization decision on developing these factors a guesstimate. Without calibration, deciding on relative importance of these factors for hiring is also difficult. This study addresses this vital gap. The study extracted managerial effectiveness factors from robust studies, procured responses of human resources heads of leading organizations from seven sectors through paired comparison and used fuzzy mathematics for calibration.

Item Type: TAPMI Working Papers
Uncontrolled Keywords: Managerial effectiveness, competency, calibrate, triangular fuzzy numbers; fuzzy pair-wise comparison
Subjects: Human Resource Management
Divisions: Human Resource Management
Depositing User: Ms. Vanitha K
Date Deposited: 14 Nov 2018 10:22
Last Modified: 14 Nov 2018 10:22

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