International Journal of Educational Policy Research and Review
Vol.7 (1), pp. 27-37 January, 2020
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Original Research Article
Leadership position in micro, small and medium enterprises in Tejupilco, State of Mexico
Misael Aviles Puntos1, Josue Ociel Marquez Gomez*1 and Yaneth Karina Garduño Espinoza1
1Tejupilco Professional Academic Unit. Autonomous University of the State of Mexico.
*Corresponding Author Email: josuemar12(at)gmail.com
The aim of this study was to identify the leadership of managers by Inventory Leadership Practices (IPL) in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) engaged in trade in Tejupilco Mexico for the year, 2018. The criterion of choice of the sample was by the random number board in 294 companies. The research conducted was descriptive and transactional in nature; applying as it does the Instrument Inventory of Leadership Practices consisting of 30 questions, and measurement was performed using a Likert scale. According to a general level instrument 103 were at low, 94 medium and 97 high. The main results in giving breath to the heart are at a low level with 110, 108 middle and 76 high. In the behaviors of the IPL model of either the owners, managers, and employees, the behaviors that were less practiced in the MSMEs dedicated to trade were identified, they spend little time celebrating the achievement of objectives and recognizing it publicly.
Key words: Leadership, enterprise, educational development