Is it "trustworthy"? A multiple-levels-of-analysis reexamination of an ohio state leadership study, with implications for future research

Chester A. Schriesheim, Claudia Cogliser, Linda L. Neider

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Abstract

A moderator subgroup study, originally published by Schriesheim and Murphy (1976), is reexamined using the within-group agreement coefficient (r wg ; James, Demaree & Wolf, 1984), moderated raw-score multiple linear regression, and moderated within- and between-entity analysis (WABA; Dansereau, Alutto & Yammarino, 1984; Schriesheim, forthcoming). The results show serious discrepancies in results between the subgroup and regression approaches, the need to exercise care in interpreting the r wg and raw-score regression results, and the necessity of conducting WABA and supplemental within-entity WABA moderation analyses to gain meaningful insight into the phenomena being investigated. Implications and future directions for leadership theory and research are considered. © 1995.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)111-145
JournalLeadership Quarterly
StatePublished - Jan 1 1995

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