The study focuses on the changing of perceptions of effective leadership in organizations as a result of transition from one culture to another. The sample consisted of groups of 132 immigrants and 189 native Israelis. First, the research compares perceptions of effective leadership among Israeli natives with those of immigrants to Israel from the former Soviet Union. Then the study shows that some perceptions of the 1.5 generations of immigrants are more similar to those of native Israelis than to perceptions of the first-generation immigrants. The results indicate that the process of acculturation does not have an identical effect on perceptions of the different characteristics of effective leadership in organization.
"The Characteristics of Effective Leadership Perceptions Among Immigrants From
the Former Soviet Union in Israel,"
Organization Management Journal: Vol. 15:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarship.shu.edu/omj/vol15/iss2/1