Leader-member exchange relationship and organizational justice: Moderating role of organizational change
International Journal of Organizational Leadership,
2017, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 276-282
AbstractIn modern world, there exists direct relation between leader-member exchange and organizational justice because if subordinates feel satisfied in availing benefits, they will improve organizational performance. Organizational change and modifications are necessary for availing competitive advantage and for survival. This study examined the impact of leader-member exchange relationship on organizational justice with moderating role of organizational change. Supervisors contribute to implement the changes as organization provides justice. Simple and multiple regression analysis were used as statistical technique. Top level managerial personnel have more authority to regulate positive changes for better performance. The findings revealed that there existed significant and positive relationship between LMX and organizational justice. Furthermore, organizational change showed negative moderating effect between LMX and organizational justice. The managerial implications we present may help to address how organizational contexts might be manipulated in an attempt to understand, reduce, and avoid the development of organizational change to produce more effective and successful change.
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