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The Effect of Authentic Leadership on Planned Organisational Change Implementation

International Journal on Leadership

Volume 10 Issue 2

Published: 2022
Author(s) Name: Mulatu Mebrate Seifu, Matiwos Ensermu Jalata | Author(s) Affiliation: Addis Ababa University, College of Business & Economics, School of Commerce, Ethiopia.
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This study is an empirical research which examined the effect of AL practiced by branch managers on the implementation of planned organisational changes by assistant branch managers in the case of the banking industry in Ethiopia. To ensure representativeness, the research sampled Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) among the government banks and Oromia International Bank (OIB) among the private banks. The respondents of the study are randomly selected managers and assistant managers of the branches operating under Addis Ababa districts. The research hypothesised that authentic leadership positively predicts the planned organisational change implementation. The research employed a quantitative and two-phase cross-sectional research design. The study developed and followed a model incorporating AL as an independent variable and POCI as an outcome variable. The regression analysis was employed to examine the data. The study found that AL has positively predicted POCI, and therefore, the hypothesis was supported.

Keywords: AL, SA, IMP, BP, RT, POCI

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