This study explored the relationships between the transformational leadership attributes of Human Resource (HR) executives and the Internet-based transformed HR services they provide. In general, this research addressed the question whether HR executives, who are more transformational in leader style, are more likely to be successful in transforming their respective HR services. Senior HR executives of Fortune 1000, Forbes 257 and other high performance organizations responded to an online survey regarding their relevant organizational roles, HR experience levels, Information Technology (IT) experience levels, education levels and their involvement levels during their Internet-based system implementations. The primary data came from their assessments of the impact of their Internet-based HR information systems and also self-reports of their individual leadership style using the MLQ-5X instrument. A total of 58 senior HR executives responded to the survey, representing an overall 4.8% response rate from the 1, 219 prospective executives. Participating senior HR executives represented public, private and not-for-profit organizations in a variety of industries.However, not enough is known about what specific leader attributes this leadership team should have. ... Additionally, is it critical to have a HR transformational leader to successfully lead a transformational business activity of the HR function?
|Title||:||Executive Leadership Attributes Relating to Transformed Organizational Human Resource Services|
|Author||:||Kathleen K. Roth|
|Publisher||:||Universal-Publishers - 2004|