Impact of Management Styles on the Productivity (Perception) of Tea Plantation Sector in Sri Lanka

Kuranage Anton Rohan Christin Perera, Shukri Ab Yajid, Ali Khatibi, Suranga Silva, Isuri Dharmarathna


Topic of this research is very much up to date and need a solution to one of the burning issues of the Sri Lankan Plantation Sector.  There is limited literature available on the topic of this research impact of Management Styles on the Productivity of Plantation Sector in Sri Lanka. While going through the existing literature of the topic of this research, several variables pertaining to the issue has been explored.   The variables under scrutiny of this research are Management style as the independent variable and productivity as the dependent variable. Job Satisfaction plays the role of the mediating variable and Organizational Culture plays the role of moderating variable.  This conceptual frame work will enhance the body of knowledge existed so far, so that this research will be a launching pad for future research.

Keywords: Management Styles, Productivity, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Culture.

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