Liderazgo y cultura organizacional en Latinoamerica
Rivera González, Luis
A theoretical review of 68 articles from 11 Latin American countries was made in order to increase the organizational evidence regarding to the organizational culture and leadership in the region, and how this has evolved over the time. The methodology focused on a frequency count using the organizational culture and leadership of Bass and Avolio (Bass, 1999) allowing the identification of three different styles of leadership, and explain each of the leadership styles with their beliefs, were taken as variables of organizational culture. Finally, the study allows to identify different trends founded in leadership styles and the organizational culture adopted by the organizations the last 10 years in Latin America. The review aims to promote the interest in generate empirical studies that could show the transformations occurred in the organizational context and try to generate a bigger and deepest impact in the near future.