Les caractéristiques de l'encadrement dans les petites entreprises du point de vue des employés : étude qualitative

International Journal of Hospitality Management - volume 78, avril 2019
Publié le 26 novembre 2018

Titre original :

Characteristics of small business leadership from employees’ perspective: A qualitative study

Résumé :

Leadership is a much-studied topic, and yet, the topic still attracts researchers. As an essential factor in every organization, however, leadership contributes significantly to a business failure, especially in small independent restaurant businesses and this could be due to the unique operations of the industry and the lack of leadership studies on small hospitality businesses. This study aims to fill the gap by exploring the ideal characteristics for small independent restaurant leaders to become an effective leader using a qualitative approach from their employees’ perspectives. Qualitative data were collected through four focus groups and one dyadic interview. The findings of the qualitative data analysis revealed nine themes: respectful, compassionate, effective communicator, experienced, effective delegator, gives recognition, sociable, emotionally controlled, organized. The paper discussed implications of the findings for small independent restaurant businesses and the hospitality industry in general as well as implications for theory.

Auteur(s) :

Eka Diraksa Putra, Seonghee Cho

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