Contingency Theory versus Situational Theory


 
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Contingency Theory versus Situational Theory
becky, Student (University), United Kingdom, Member
I'm finding it really interesting how confusing and cross defined this subject is.
I think that situational and contingency could almost be band under the same group; to be honest they are very similar.
Dou you agree? If not, what difference you know of?...Sign up
 

 
Contingency versus Situational
Antonio C A Maximiano, Professor, Brazil, Member
In my perception, contingent and situational are the same concepts. Contingent means dependent on the situation or the circunstances; hence, contingen...Sign up
 

 
Contingency NOT Equal to Situational
Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
If you watch the video "Situational Leadership versus Contingency Theory" you'll see that even if bo...Sign up
 

 
Contingent versus Situational
Antonio C A Maximiano, Professor, Brazil, Member
I did watch the video, but I am not convinced. If contingent means adapting the leader to the situation and situational means adapting the style to th...Sign up
 

 
Contingent versus Situational
Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
Typically,
- SLT would mean that a leader can flexibly adapt to a follower should the follower change.
- CT would mean you need another lead...Sign up
 

 
 


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