The Drivers of Organizational Commitment in Malaysian SME’s: Do Intellectual Stimulation, Inspirational Motivation and Individualize Consideration Play a Role?

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Ruzita Manshor
Ahmad Munir Mohd Salleh
Mohd Shaladdin Muda
Fahmi Zaidi Abdul Razak
Kamaazura Abu Bakar

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Leadership are important issue to be address for an organizational to success. Many studies shows that good leadership can increase employees’ commitment to the organization. This study examines the linkages between intellectual stimulation, inspirational motivation and individualize consideration on organizational commitment. Using an established questionnaire captured from the leadership literature, data was collected from 452 employees of SME firms in Malaysia. Data was analyzed using multiple regression analysis. The results indicate that both intellectual stimulation and individualize consideration were significant and positively related to organizational commitment (β = 0.28, p < 0.01) and (β = 0.35, p < 0.01) respectively. In sum, the research model was able to explain a total of 48% variance.

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Manshor, R., Mohd Salleh, A. M., Shaladdin Muda, M., Abdul Razak, F. Z., & Abu Bakar, K. (2020). The Drivers of Organizational Commitment in Malaysian SME’s: Do Intellectual Stimulation, Inspirational Motivation and Individualize Consideration Play a Role?. Asian Social Science and Humanities Research Journal (ASHREJ), 2(2), 123-127. https://doi.org/10.37698/ashrej.v2i2.45
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