Organizational democracy and organization structure link: Role of strategic leadership & environmental uncertainly
This theoretical paper focuses on the issue of implementing democratic principles in modern day organizations facing turbulent and changing environments around them. The paper captures the notion of participatory style of management through the construct; organizational democracy. It traces the origin of this construct from theories and philosophies of political democracy. The paper also briefly describes the notion of economic democracy and why it failed to succeed in the face of partial success of political democracy. The underlying question which the paper raises is the role of organization structure and strategic leadership style in the successful implementation of democratic principles in organizations in the face of a turbulent and dynamic environment. The paper also attempts to raise some thought provoking questions for future research.
Democratic principles, Organizational democracy, Organizational structure, Political democracy, Strategic leadership
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Yazdani, N. (2010). Organizational democracy and organization structure link: Role of strategic leadership & environmental uncertainly. Business Review, 5(2), 51-74. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.54784/1990-6587.1244
March 05, 2021