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Leader-Member Exchange in Virtual Team: Exploring the Effects of E-Leaders'behavioral Complexity
International Conference on Information Systems
The purpose of this paper is to identify the key roles that enable e-leaders to build high-quality exchanges with their team members. We use behavioral complexity theory to analyze the roles played by leaders of virtual teams, and helping them to develop effective leader-member exchanges (LMX). We draw up a research model to explain how e-leaders build cooperative and collaborative relationships through social-related and work-related activities. We then test the research model using a largedblp:conf/icis/JawadiDFK10 fatcat:cbkn2xhztbcgnoe2pttbgcffwq