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Can rational planning stimulate cooperative behaviour? How perceived self-efficacy mediates the relationship between strategic plan use, performance information use and strategic voice by local councillors

Kenn Meyfroodt (UGent) and Sebastian Desmidt (UGent)
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Rational planning practices are believed to improve strategy implementation monitoring on the condition that viewpoints accrued from strategic plans and performance information are shared (i.e., strategic voice). However, empirical evidence explaining if and how the use of strategic plans and performance information stimulates governing board members’ strategic voice is lacking. Therefore we hypothesize, based on information processing theory and self-efficacy theory, that the intertwined relationship between strategic plan and performance information use stimulates perceived self-efficacy which, in turn, triggers strategic voice. Results, based on data from 536 Flemish local councillors of 246 local authorities in Belgium, confirm this overarching idea.
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Strategic voice, strategic plan, performance information, politicians, self-efficacy, EMPLOYEE VOICE, PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS, DECISION-MAKING, TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP, EMPIRICAL-ASSESSMENT, MANAGEMENT RESEARCH, CORPORATE BOARDS, METHOD BIAS, FUTURE, IMPLEMENTATION

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Meyfroodt, Kenn, and Sebastian Desmidt. “Can Rational Planning Stimulate Cooperative Behaviour? How Perceived Self-Efficacy Mediates the Relationship between Strategic Plan Use, Performance Information Use and Strategic Voice by Local Councillors.” PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 2020.
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Meyfroodt, K., & Desmidt, S. (2020). Can rational planning stimulate cooperative behaviour? How perceived self-efficacy mediates the relationship between strategic plan use, performance information use and strategic voice by local councillors. PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW.
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Meyfroodt, Kenn, and Sebastian Desmidt. 2020. “Can Rational Planning Stimulate Cooperative Behaviour? How Perceived Self-Efficacy Mediates the Relationship between Strategic Plan Use, Performance Information Use and Strategic Voice by Local Councillors.” PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW.
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Meyfroodt, Kenn, and Sebastian Desmidt. 2020. “Can Rational Planning Stimulate Cooperative Behaviour? How Perceived Self-Efficacy Mediates the Relationship between Strategic Plan Use, Performance Information Use and Strategic Voice by Local Councillors.” PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW.
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Meyfroodt K, Desmidt S. Can rational planning stimulate cooperative behaviour? How perceived self-efficacy mediates the relationship between strategic plan use, performance information use and strategic voice by local councillors. PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW. 2020;
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K. Meyfroodt and S. Desmidt, “Can rational planning stimulate cooperative behaviour? How perceived self-efficacy mediates the relationship between strategic plan use, performance information use and strategic voice by local councillors,” PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 2020.
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  abstract     = {Rational planning practices are believed to improve strategy implementation monitoring on the condition that viewpoints accrued from strategic plans and performance information are shared (i.e., strategic voice). However, empirical evidence explaining if and how the use of strategic plans and performance information stimulates governing board members’ strategic voice is lacking. Therefore we hypothesize, based on information processing theory and self-efficacy theory, that the intertwined relationship between strategic plan and performance information use stimulates perceived self-efficacy which, in turn, triggers strategic voice. Results, based on data from 536 Flemish local councillors of 246 local authorities in Belgium, confirm this overarching idea.},
  author       = {Meyfroodt, Kenn and Desmidt, Sebastian},
  issn         = {1471-9037},
  journal      = {PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW},
  keywords     = {Strategic voice,strategic plan,performance information,politicians,self-efficacy,EMPLOYEE VOICE,PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS,DECISION-MAKING,TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP,EMPIRICAL-ASSESSMENT,MANAGEMENT RESEARCH,CORPORATE BOARDS,METHOD BIAS,FUTURE,IMPLEMENTATION},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {25},
  title        = {Can rational planning stimulate cooperative behaviour? How perceived self-efficacy mediates the relationship between strategic plan use, performance information use and strategic voice by local councillors},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14719037.2019.1699949},
  year         = {2020},
}

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