• Elj V1Is1 Givens
    Transformational Leadership: The Impact on Organizational and Personal Outcomes Roger J. Givens Regent University Doctoral Student Transformational leaders inspire followers to accomplish more by concentrating on the follower’s values and helping the follower align these values with the values of...
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  • inter
    and effective negotiator. Does extant empirical research literature confirm the expectations that are implied in the above statements? Because we are just beginning to understand how the role of culture influences leadership and organizational processes, numerous research questions remain unanswered...
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  • Strategy
    Organizational Learning: The Contributing Processes and the Literatures Author(s): George P. Huber Source: Organization Science, Vol. 2, No. 1, Special Issue: Organizational Learning: Papers in Honor of (and by) James G. March (1991), pp. 88-115 Published by: INFORMS Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2634941...
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  • Trust Between Management and Workers
    (2005, p.625). In an organization, trust amid the management and workers do not only enhance individual employee performance but also enhances organizational performance and improve corporate image (Schoorman, Mayer, & Davis, 2007, p.344; Harrison, Newman, & Roth, 2006, p.306). Many researchers on...
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  • Employee Engagement
    Human Resource Development Review http://hrd.sagepub.com/ Employee Engagement and HRD: A Seminal Review of the Foundations Brad Shuck and Karen Wollard Human Resource Development Review 2010 9: 89 originally published online 2 December 2009 DOI: 10.1177/1534484309353560 The online version of...
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  • Perception and Its Impact on Communication, Power and Politics in Organizations
    and all departments have to function in a coordinated manner to achieve the organizational objective [1]. The organization's base rests on management's philosophy, values, vision and goals. This in turn drives the organizational culture which is composed of the formal organization, informal organization...
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  • Change - a Literat Ure Review

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  • Leadership Style
    Leadership styles and organizational learning in community clinics Mayan Amitay, Micha Popper and Raanan Lipshitz University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel Abstract Purpose – The correlation between organizational unit managers’ leadership styles and the level of organizational learning in their units was...
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  • The Leadership Quarterly
    com/locate/leaqua Leadership and the organizational context: Like the weather? ☆ Lyman W. Porter ⁎, Grace B. McLaughlin 1 The Paul Merage School of Business, University of California–Irvine, Irvine, CA 92697-3125, USA Abstract This article reviews the leadership literature from 1990–2005 in twenty-one major...
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  • Research Methodology
    1101469 Table of Contents Introduction 3 Purpose of the study 4 Research Questions 4 Problem Statement 5 The Relevance of the study 6 Literature Review 7 Theoretical Frame work, the research methodology 13 • Research Design 15 • Hypothesis 15 • The...
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  • Sales Promotion - This Activity Is Best Described as a Specific, Usually Short-Term, Promotion That Is ‘over and Above’ What You Would Normally Provide to the Customer (E.G. Buy One, Get One Free). When Used Effectively,
    Literature review Effect of organizational culture on organizational performance Engr.Hafeez Ur Rehman BS Electronics Engg. UCET IUB MS Electrical Engg. UET Lahore MBA Exec. VU Pakistan Abstract: The objective of this review article is to demonstrate the relation between two variables...
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  • Job Satisfaction
    Chapter 2 LITERATURE REVIEW Chapter – 2 Literature Review R esearch has indicated that service quality has been increasingly recognized as a critical factor in the success of any business (Parasuraman et al., 1988) and the banking sector in this case is not exceptional. Service quality...
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  • Impression Management
    Gender Differences in Impression Management in Organizations: A Qualitative Review Rosanna E. Guadagno & Robert B. Cialdini # Springer Science + Business Media, LLC 2007 Abstract In this article we review the literature on impression management to determine if there are substantial gender differences...
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  • Imran
    and employees job performance. Psychological contract is a relatively new stream of academic research dealing with psychological connotation of organizational employees towards relationship with the organization or employer. Generally psychological contract are of two categories i.e. relational and transactional...
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  • Classical Brainstorming
    Aziri B. mrp.ase.ro JOB SATISFACTION: A LITERATURE REVIEW MANAGEMENT RESEARCH AND PRACTICE VOL. 3 ISSUE 4 (2011) PP: 77-86 JOB SATISFACTION: A LITERATURE REVIEW Brikend AZIRI Faculty of Business and Economics, South East European University, Ilindenska 1200, Tetovo, Makedonia b.aziri@seeu.edu.mk ...
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  • Leadership
    so that they contribute enthusiastically to the attainment of organizational objectives. It is the leader who clarifies the objectives of the group he is leading and creates the sustain enthusiasm among them for achieving organizational objectives. We define leadership as the ability to influence a...
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  • Organizational Behavior
    Schultz, 1 Organizational Commitment Schultz, 2 Organizational Commitment Organizational commitment has an important place in the study of organizational behavior. This is in part due to the vast number of works that have found relationships between organizational commitment and attitudes...
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  • Conceptual Notes
    Toward a Definition of Organizational Politics Author(s): Bronston T. Mayes and Robert W. Allen Source: The Academy of Management Review, Vol. 2, No. 4 (Oct., 1977), pp. 672-678 Published by: Academy of Management Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/257520 Accessed: 28/10/2009 08:14 Your use of...
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  • Internal Marketing
    further investigation is needed as labor intensive employees are part of the hospitality product. This study reviews the literature relevant to turn over crises and provides a theoretical review of the Mobley model (1977). The purpose of this study is to give an overview of the causes of job dissatisfaction...
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  • Politics & Org Change
    and Organizational Change: The Lived Experience David Buchanan 1,3 and Richard Badham 2 This paper explores the “ lived experience” of organizational politics from the standpoint of the change agent. While political behavior appears inevitably to accompany organizational change, the literature of change...
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