Effect of Participative Leadership and Employees Training on Organizational Productivity: A Study of E&e Sector in Malaysia

By Zandi, Gholamreza; Aslam, Ayesha et al. | Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, January 1, 2019 | Go to article overview

Effect of Participative Leadership and Employees Training on Organizational Productivity: A Study of E&e Sector in Malaysia


Zandi, Gholamreza, Aslam, Ayesha, Selamat, Mohamad Hisyam, Nasir, Muhammad Umar, Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal


INTRODUCTION

Numerous organizations all over the globe rely upon the team work theory to provide a quicker decision making process and to enhance the competitive edge. West in 2014 revealed a similar situation by stating the fact that team work environment leads toward better quality and bring innovation in work. West also stated that team work leadership is considered as more vital factor to maintain and retain the information and to increase the information by utilizing the information effectively and this leadership leads the organization toward success.

Organizational Productivity is considered as the units of produced items in any organization and sold those products in the market to get profit. Organizational Profitability increases when the number of produced units increases and the information of those produced units stay steady. On the other hand, when the quantity of produced units' increases and the capacity of produced units of information stay steady, or on the other hand, when the quantity of units of produced items stays established and the number of produced units of information decreases (Mansor et al., 2013; KT Mahoney, 2015; Akuegwu & Nwi-ue, 2017; Samaila et al., 2018; Zhang et al., 2018). In manufacturing industries, production is measured by inspecting the generated units by large scale. Organizational efficiency is measured by the generated number of products and then profit which is earned by selling them and all over the generated profit. This is usually simple to do each and every time information and produced units are promptly distinguishable and countable (Cherniss, 2014). Researches on Organizational Productivity refer to the numerous measures improvement which helped the organizations to boost its structure by gathering the essential components. These calculating measures in organizations presented more information about particular and economical implementation of the organizations in manufacturing sector (Siegel & Waldman 2013; Dampson et al., 2018; Rahman et al., 2018; Huragu & Chuma, 2019).

Electric & Electronic (E&E) is considered as the sub sector of manufacturing industry in Malaysia. This added an additional value of 27.7% in all the industry of manufacturing as a sub sector and 21.8% in employment among all the sub sectors of manufacturing industry of Malaysia (Trivellas, P., & Reklitis, P., 2014). Malaysia is considered as one of the most significant economical countries in the world, although it has challenged a huge portion of the hazard as it incorporated by the challengers by having various diverse preferential points. Malaysia's assembling sector is widely an isolated body amid the local industries and commercial projects (RD Russel, 2010).

Organizational productivity in E&E industry of Malaysia has been considered as the backbone support of Malaysian economy. The main business in E&E sector is revealed as the main benefactor overall as well from the income perspective and occupational perspective as well to create the opportunities. Malaysia export their electronic products to numerous other countries and most big dealers are US, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan and China and generate a lot of profit to support Malaysian economy. The E&E sub sections are in charge of a remarkable portion of cumulative earnings which included the quality in the assembling division (27.5%) and additionally in its business (22%). The subsector's of E&E commitment to Malaysia's tariffs reduced persistently over the former decades, by shriveling since 62.7% in 2010 to 37.5% in 2016. Estimated income generated by E&E and its sub divisions in the year of 2016 are RM 260 billion.

Electric & Electronic is sub sector of manufacturing industry and have most significant contribution in the economy boost up. The E&E sub-sector is liable for a foremost part of entire additional worth in the manufacturing sector (29.0%) as well as its employ (24%). …

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