Tannenbaum and Schmidt's situational continuum

Tannenbaum and Schmidt's situational continuum 

Robert nikhilson and ravison achieve that the most effective leader style is contingent on what they called they forced in 1) the leader 2) the followers 3) the situation is based on the prevalence and interaction of these focus a leader has a continuum of style from which to choose for the maximizing organizational productivity

Force in the leader encompass a manager value system personal attributes regarding delegation of authority and responsibility the degree of the confidence in subordinate ability to handle the authority and responsible task personal feeling of insecurity in certain crises or no routine situation and inclination towards a more authority leader style

Force in the subordinate refer to their need for the freedom versus careful direction and control the degree of the understanding and identification with the company goals the willingness and readiness to accepts addition acceptance and degree of acceptance and interest in and expectation of sharing in the organization problem solving and decision making

Force in the situation are identified as time pressure and deadlines demands from higher management level the type of organization structure centralized  versus decentralized and effectiveness of the work group and the specific knowledge and experience for solving specific problems 

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