Kılıç, Taşkın
June 2015
Academy of Strategic Management Journal;2015 Special Issue, Vol. 14, p85
Academic Journal
Keeping in the dark by senior management from their subordinates is referred as "Mushroom Management". Within the scope of the present study, Mushroom Management application and exposure levels of administers and employers in the health industry were tried to be determined. The theoretical part of the study has been developed based on reviews of literature and in conjunction with conducted researches. Field research has been completed by using interview method, applied to 30 senior level health managers and 30 health workers from Gümüşhane city in Turkey. According to the obtained results, 84% of managers apply mushroom management style, and 87% of employees perceive mushroom management behaviors.


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