Impact Of Leadership Style On Performance: A Study Of Six Sigma Professionals In Thailand
Source: California State University
Superior performance requires a fundamental paradigm shift in managerial approach and leadership style to address the impact of rapidly evolving technology accompanied by increasing competition and market globalization. Six Sigma is one of the quality and productivity improvement initiatives employed by many successful enterprises to address these new challenges. Six Sigma requires management attention and clear leadership to provide a highly focused management-sponsored project approach to the rapid improvement and cost control of selected processes. This paper sought to examine the leadership styles among Six Sigma professionals and their impact on performance.