CHARACTERISTICS AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN MALAYSIAN CO-OPERATIVE ENTERPRISES: A COMPARISON BETWEEN SUCCESSFULAND LESS SUCCESSFUL MANAGERS
Publication Date : 01/07/2005
This study discusses the characteristics and management practices in Malaysian co-operative enterprises. From the research done, comparisons between the characteristics of the successful and less successful managers were made. The result is then used to identify the characteristics needed for a manager to lead the co-operative enterprises into an effective, efficient and a well productive organisation. This study concludes that the most outstanding characteristics found among the co-operative managers in Malaysia were nurturing quality, responsibility, excellence oriented, integrity and reliability and team building whereas the least outstanding but necessary were risk taking and independence.
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