The Effect of Mushroom Manager Behavior on Organizational Charlatan and Organizational Loneliness

Authors

  • Hüsnü ERGÜN Ministry of National Education

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22555/joeed.v8i2.481

Keywords:

charlatan, loneliness, mushroom management, school principal

Abstract

The mushroom-type manager expects employees not to have much knowledge on organizational issues, but to follow the instructions and directives without question. This study aims to examine the effect of the mushroom-type management approach on the loneliness levels of the employees and organizational charlatan behaviors. Therefore, the research is designed in a relational screening model. The research was carried out in the province of Denizli in Turkey with 464 participants. In the research, the mushroom type management scale, UCLA loneliness scale-3, and organizational charlatan scale were used.  Validity and reliability studies of the Turkish mushroom-type management scale for schools have been reconstructed. UCLA loneliness scale-3 and organizational charlatan scale were adapted to Turkish by the researcher.  The data were collected with the help of electronic forms. Regression analysis was carried out to determine the extent to which mushroom type management predicted teachers’ organizational loneliness behaviors and teachers' organizational charlatan behaviors. As a result of the research, it has been found that mushroom management positively affects the other two variables. For this reason, school principals can be suggested mushroom management behavior.

Published

2021-12-14

How to Cite

ERGÜN, H. (2021). The Effect of Mushroom Manager Behavior on Organizational Charlatan and Organizational Loneliness. Journal of Education and Educational Development, 8(2). https://doi.org/10.22555/joeed.v8i2.481

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